Irridian Invests in New Printed Circuit Board Design Software Suites


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Recently acquired by Hindley Circuits, Irridian Industrial Electronics, has invested in introducing state-of-the-art PCB design software to significantly enhance the accuracy and speed of its design services.

The new Cadstar and Altium design software platforms have modern and interactive user interfaces. The cutting-edge design software platforms will allow us to design complex multilayered printed circuit boards while also incorporating high speed design requirements.

Both the Cadstar and Altium platforms allow all aspects of the PCB design cycle to be addressed – right from schematic capture and PCB layout through to documentation and simulation – meaning that our PCB designers can be seamlessly connected to all elements of the design process. We have already seen the benefits of this thanks to a rapid increase of speed and accuracy across the whole process.

We have been greatly impressed by our existing customers interest in Irridians design services and look forward to sharing with them the benefits that the new software will bring to our service offering. We are currently looking to hire an additional experienced PCB Designer in the very near future

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