Zuken introduces new PCB manufacturing solution in Europe and North America
Nov 21, 2007
Zuken is now offering the proven PCB manufacturing design and verification system, DFM Center; to its customers in Europe and North America.
DFM Center is a PCB manufacturing design solution that enables board producers to handle the increasing complexity and diversity of today's PCBs, while ensuring high final product quality, reduced costs, shorter time-to-market, and environmental sustainability of their manufacturing processes. Through close interaction with PCB design suites this platform meets the challenges of all board production processes.
As a result of strong R&D partnerships with leading PCB design companies and board makers, Zuken was able to work closely to understand the requirements of flexible board makers and address these with specialized functionality. DFM Center has already received a very positive welcome from flexible board manufacturing design professionals in Japan.
The advanced functionality and performance of DFM Center means that it can address any board fabrication requirement, including flexible, rigid and package board production. It provides effective functionality for CAD data import, acceptance checking, data cleanup, panelization and documentation. DFM Center also supports various manufacturing data designs, provides CAM data output and includes both full CAD and CAM editing functions that can follow automatically.
"With DFM Center, Zuken provides the solution for efficient PCB manufacturing design, with complete functionality for any type of flexible, rigid and package board fabrication. By facilitating interaction from the start with PCB design suites and support of manufacturing tools, we are able to help companies be more competitive. Zuken shall keep its promise to continuously develop solutions that push the boundaries of PCB design and fabrication," says Gerhard Lipski Director of Western Market Sales.
DFM Center has already been adopted by leading board makers in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan; including close to 90% of flexible board makers in Japan.