What do PCB fabricators do with your data before they make your PCBs?
This year”s D&E event in Holland was followed by a webinar. For Eurocircuits this was the first webinar in our history. It took place on 20 June launched from the premises of XWebinar in Holland.
We announced the webinar to our customer base with the working title, “Front-end data preparation“. This raised a lot interest among our customers and around 140 were online when we started at 11H00. An hour and 20 minutes later over 120 were still with us. We would like to thank all those who took part.
The content of our webinar, “What do PCB fabricators do with your data before they make your PCBs”, can now be found online as a white paper.
The white paper covers all aspects of the presentation we made during the webinar. It has the added advantage that it contains links to the in-depth information on the web site for all the technical issues discussed. This means that it reads more smoothly than the presentation itself. However, if you wish to review the recording, you can do so here…
Since it was our first webinar, we were glad to learn from the valuable feedback we received. Our conclusions so far:
- The webinar communication technique certainly fits for us and is highly appreciated by our customers
- We need to improve drastically on the tools used to run the webinar to deliver a better experience
- We should in future reduce the number of topics so that we can cover them more in-depth
- We should repeat the same webinar several times on different dates so more people can join
- We need to think about offering these webinars in more languages
- You like our investment in visualization techniques
- There can never be enough technical information available on the website
- You like the BLOG that we have started this year bringing as much of our knowledge to you as possible
- We should tell you more often what we do and what technical information is available
As we covered too many topics, not so many focused technical questions came out of the chat we were running. The conclusion here also is that we should continue to publish in-depth technical articles on our web site.
We have learned that visualization and modern communication tools in all their aspects are the right way forward for us. We are planning to go further on that journey and to take you with us should you choose to come.
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