Prototyping Workshop of PCB Machine Organized by iHUB Sharda

Sharpen Skills: Equip participants with practical skills in PCB design and prototyping, essential for electronics and electrical engineering careers.

Embrace the Modern: Provide in-depth knowledge of the latest technologies and methods used in PCB manufacturing, ensuring participants are up-to-date for modern electronics design.

Spark Innovation: Encourage students to translate theory into practice by creating physical prototypes of their designs, fostering innovation.

Bridge the Gap: Create a collaborative learning environment where students and faculty can interact with industry experts, gaining valuable feedback on their designs and approaches.

About The Event

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10/04/2024

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Overview

The PCB Printing and Prototyping Workshop, organized by iHUB Sharda under the auspices of Sharda University& Institution& Innovation Council, was held to provide practical, hands-on training in the cutting-edge techniques of printed circuit board (PCB) design and prototyping. This event brought together students, faculty, and technical experts within the university& dedicated workshop facilities, focusing on the latest technologies in PCB manufacturing. Participants were guided through the processes of PCB design, printing, and assembly using state-of-the-art
equipment and software, which included a comprehensive demonstration of the machines in action.

Key Takeaways
  • Skill Development: To enhance the practical skills of participants in PCB design and prototyping, crucial for electronic and electrical engineering fields.
  • Understanding Modern Technology: To provide an in-depth understanding of the latest technologies and methodologies used in PCB manufacturing, equipping participants with knowledge applicable in modern electronics design.
  • Innovation Encouragement: To stimulate innovation among students by allowing them to create physical prototypes of their designs, thereby bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application.
  • ¬†Collaborative Learning: To foster a collaborative environment where students and faculty can interact with industry experts, gaining insights and feedback on their designs and approaches.
Event Agenda
  • Skill Development: To enhance the practical skills of participants in PCB design and prototyping, crucial for electronic and electrical engineering fields.
  • Understanding Modern Technology: To provide an in-depth understanding of the latest technologies and methodologies used in PCB manufacturing, equipping participants with knowledge applicable in modern electronics design.
  • Innovation Encouragement: To stimulate innovation among students by allowing them to create physical prototypes of their designs, thereby bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application.
  • ¬†Collaborative Learning: To foster a collaborative environment where students and faculty can interact with industry experts, gaining insights and feedback on their designs and approaches.

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