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3D visualization of your PCB is not the solution. Start designing and laying out in the only 3D PCB design package of its kind.
Never second-guess your mechanical constraints and eliminate the headaches of old interchange file formats. Your PCB data is your mechanical data.
Using separate tools to design your products is a workflow of the past. Create the next evolution of product with a unified schematic, PCB, library management, simulation, and mechanical design in a single development platform.
Companies that streamline access to PCB and mechanical data at design time release 90% of products on time; 67% better than those who don’t have access to the same data.
An average of $33,967 per design launch is saved by companies that implement cross-domain collaborative, revision control, and concurrent workflows.
Companies that interconnect manufacturing and design meet their costs and reliability goals 85% more than their competitors.
PCB Manufacturing (CAM)
Design For Manufacturability / DRC
MCAD – ECAD Unification
Component Library Management
Bring your designs to life by adding electronic intelligence using the Schematic design, PCB Layout and routing capabilities integrated in Fusion 360.
Bring your spark of an idea to life with a complete set of schematic editing tools.
Connect your ideas together in a complete design with complete PCB layout tools.
Generate gerbers, drill files and assembly files with a click of a button.
Stay true to your manufacturing requirements with customisable design rules.
Ensure your PCDB fits the first time, every time, with the only genuinely unified MCAD to ECAD software.
Stay focused on your design instead of creating parts with ready-to-use PCB library content and component wizards.
Ensure accuracy and get your schematics right the first time with fully functional SPICE simulation.
Remove excess heat within the enclosure, so you do not damage the internal components.
"From a pure design standpoint, the key tool lies in integration of the mechanical and electrical CAD designs. It is impossible for PCB engineers to get at the mechanical design drawings, or if they do have access, they are not updated to current specs."
“PCB Design: A Guide To Optimizing Design Engineers”,
Kevin Prouty, Aberdeen Group