To register, visit https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/930280454.
PCB milling machine features developed over the past two decades such as the fiducial recognition camera, vacuum table, and automatic tool change have made in-house PCB prototyping more efficient, more accurate, and faster than it was 20 years ago. Shane Stafford, LPKF market development representative, and Rory Grondin, LPKF senior sales associate, will present LPKF’s final webinar of 2012, covering PCB milling machine advancements while taking a fun look back at the technology of yesterday.
Anyone who already owns or is interested in owning in-house PCB prototyping equipment is encouraged to attend, as are any PCB design engineers or engineering managers. For more information, visit www.lpkfusa.com/webinars/.