NEW on the Road 2013. 25 – 26 September. The University of West England, Bristol

After successful shows in Manchester and Edinburgh, the NEW on the Road bandwagon comes to Bristol on 25 – 26 September. Patrick Martin and Uwe Doerr will be on the Eurocircuits stand (E23) to demonstrate the new user interface and to answer your questions on all aspects of PCB fabrication, as well as on the EAGLE CAD software (available from Eurocircuits) and SMD reflow soldering (see our bench-top reflow equipment).

Show opening hours:

Wednesday 25 September: 1.00 pm – 6.00 pm
Thursday 26 September: 9.30 am – 3.30 pm.

Show location:

University of the West of England
Exhibition and Conference Centre

North Entrance
Filton Road

Bristol BS34 8QZ

This is just off Junction 1 of the M32. There is plenty of free parking at the venue.

Register free here.

For a list of exhibitors and the free seminar program, see here.

What will we show?

“Share our knowledge”

We have launched a new user-interface, developed to help PCB designers complete their projects on time and on budget.

Smart menus

Busy designers may not have time to consider all the cost and manufacturability drivers in PCB fabrication technology, or to check that their Gerber output files are complete and correct to their CAD design. So we have developed easy-access smart menus that provide real-time guidance on the features that drive up costs or reduce manufacturability. The menus automatically flag more expensive technologies and incompatible process parameters, in each case with a clear explanation of the issues. You can immediately pick the combination of price and technology which best suits your requirements.

PCB Configurator

Our PCB Visualizer and PCB Checker visual analysis functions are now well-established among designers as the tools of choice to verify data-sets before placing an order and so avoiding delays to delivery caused by incomplete or incorrect data.

The new PCB Configurator tool takes the analysis one step further. You can now run your data through PCB Visualizer, confirm that it is correct, and then let PCB Configurator enter the process parameters into the pricing menu. That way you can be confident that the parameters are correct – and you don’t have to spend time digging them out of the CAD data.

See more information on PCB Configurator and smart menus; on the new material-based services and pricing/ordering menus; and on the new price structure.

Existing users can quickly see what has changed in the new interface and new users can see a full user guide.