Chapter 8. Drawing an Assembly

This chapter was intentionally separated from Chapter 3, “Design for Assembly,” to allow the designer to first understand how the boards are assembled and how the board should be designed. At that point, the designer has enough understanding to convey clearly the particulars of the board and what needs to be noted. The assembly drawing is also done after the board design is complete, so this chapter was placed respectively.

This chapter also appears brief in regard to the amount of information that could be detailed about assembly drawing, but this book is first and foremost about PCB design. To detail all aspects of the mechanical design task, a separate book would be necessary. There are already several books and ...

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