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    Posted: 23 May 2022 at 3:30am
This is my first post. 

I just graduated from college and entered the printed circuit board industry, but I am not familiar with this industry at all. 

I studied public utility management in college, I hope someone can give me some advice.

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Use metric units for everything using 0.01 mm increments. 
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Good luck! you're about to take a drink of water from a fire hose.

Join the IPC Designer's Council online at IPC.org and hopefully there is an active chapter in your area. If there is you will get plenty of advice.

Also, join a user group for the software you are using. There will be a lot of help from them as well.

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