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Introduction to PCB Design and Manufacturing

Part 1: Introduction  Once upon a time, not that long ago, I knew nothing about what goes on in getting a Printed Circuit Board (PCB) designed and assembled. There’s still a lot that I don’t know, but at least now I know the [..]
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Simple Tips For Speeding Up Your SOLIDWORKS Work

Solidworks has many shortcuts and options built-in which drastically reduce the amount of clicking and menu operations required for drafting. However, I’ve been surprised to see some experienced engineers and drafters don’t [..]
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An Introduction To Responsive Design

If someone one were to say, they think it is very important for a website to be “responsive” what does that mean to you? I can tell you what I thought when I first heard the term “responsive website”.
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Communication Through Design - Making Assembly Easier

After dozens of hours designing an assembly and weeks of waiting for parts to arrive, it’s a terrible feeling when you finally try and put the parts together and something doesn’t fit right. When designing parts, it’s easy [..]
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Thoughts On Testing

  Unit Testing
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The SCPI Command Interface: Ring Out Testing with the RIGOL M300

What is the SCPI Protocol? Released by Hewlett Packard in 1990, Standard Commands for Programmable Instruments, SCPI, is an additional layer positioned on top of the the '.2' revision of the 8-bit parallel multi-master [..]
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MWD Basics: Accelerometers Part 2

In Part 1 of this post, we used the idea of shining a light through a cut-out in a piece of paper and discussed how the projection of light onto a dark surface can be used to get an idea of the paper’s inclination. In Part [..]
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MWD Basics: Accelerometers Part 1

In a previous blog post on the building blocks of an MWD system, I mentioned that one of the primary measurements that the system must make is the inclination of the tool. I also alluded to the use of accelerometers for said [..]
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