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5 Jun, 2009
IC Design

DFM for Non-PhDs

Posted by David Abercrombie

David Abercrombie

I got a kick out of Rohan’s comment on my previous blog (How do you define DFM?).  It is too easy to assume that anyone knows what you are talking about when you say DFM.  Just because everyone has been talking about it doesn’t mean any of them know what they are talking about. You could probably infer from my approach to the previous blog that my background is primarily on the manufacturing side.

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IC Design, IC Verification, Design Quality, Reliability, Design for Manufacturing

19 May, 2009
IC Design

How do you define DFM?

Posted by David Abercrombie

David Abercrombie What does design for manfuacturing (DFM) mean to you? “More work to do!” “Someone else’s problem!” “Just more design constraints!” “The fab guys are expecting me to understand the process as well as design!” I propose that we define DFM (design for mfg) as an attempt to trasfer a way of doing business that has been tried and tested in the manufacturing space for years, into the design space. The fabs … Read More

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