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Zuken’s Design Solution for Multi-Board Systems

Over the course of the past couple of years, I’ve been digging deeper and deeper into system engineering. Very frequently, that means using methodologies to deal with the complexities of designing across multiple engineering disciplines. Yet, that’s not always the case. There are many instances where the complexity of a design is high within a single engineering discipline. That’s certainly true of today’s multi-boards systems and wire harnesses.

In this post, we’re diving into the solution suite from Zuken, which include their CR-8000 suite and their E3.series suite. Let’s get into it.

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