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re: Case study: Designed for space
DrFPGA   4/21/2012 10:01:56 PM
I would be more interested in some lessons learned instead of a list of features of the tool. This seems like a very interesting project and I'm sure the designers must have some good examples of specific savings (in schedule, in board space, testing, etc.) that they could share. For example- were there some changes to the mechanicals that resulted from the ability to do 3D models that reduces size and/or weight?

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