American Standard Circuits Now Provides DFM Software


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Anaya Vardya, CEO at American Standard Circuits, announces that ASC is now providing free Design for Manufacture (DFM) software on their website. Customers can simply upload their Gerber files to ASC’s server and within approximately 60 minutes they will be emailed a detailed summary in PDF format. This summary will identify potential problems with their design that could affect the board’s performance. All potential issues will be color-coded by type so the report is easily reviewable by the customer and their team. This service ensures that customers develop the most cost effective and efficient designs for manufacture possible.

When making the announcement Mr. Vardya stated, “The American Standard Circuit’s team believes that building a solid partnership with our customers is more important today than it has ever been. We are going to great lengths to invest in that partnership by providing tools like this DFM software in order to help them design the best circuit board possible. We are in the business of serving our customers by listening when they tell us what they need and responding by providing it for them.”

About American Standard Circuits

American Standard Circuits (ASC) prides itself on being a total solutions provider, manufacturing quality rigid, metal-backed, RF/Microwave, flex and rigid-flex PCBs for the medical, automotive, industrial, defense, and aerospace markets in volumes from test and prototypes to large production orders. ASC has the expertise to provide a wide variety of technologies in a time-critical environment.  Their qualifications include ISO 9001:2008, MIL-PRF 31032, and ITAR registration. American Standard also holds a number of key patents for metal bonding processes. For more information about American Standard Circuits services or to ask one of their technology experts a question, click here.

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