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Typically... I have had no problem changing a board outline in the scenario of... I have a REV 1 layout and schematic complete, then import a changed/ new board outline. I left the components where they lay and imported a new board outline. (paying close attention to where the datum point is (0,0) J...
Try this: Save your schematic. Open new pcb layout... do your dxf / board outline import.. save your pcb layout with your new board outline. In PCB Layout (with your new board outline) select "file" drop down menu... select "Renew Design from schematic" select "by components..." find your schematic ...
- 12 Jan 2012, 07:16
- Forum: Feature requests
- Topic: Import/export functionality with most common ECADs
- Replies: 23
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How exciting is that!... STEP files... and OrCad import/export....That would be awesome! I could sell that at my workplace
- 11 Jan 2012, 07:45
- Forum: Making Libraries in DipTrace
- Topic: What to do with unconnected pins?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 7064
I know if you place the part in a schematic.. you have the option to make the pin a No Connect which places a little x on the pin port. This is done by selecting the pin then right click and select "not connected". In Component Editor... In the Pin Manager there is a "Pin Type" selection... one of t...
Your best bet is to do your board outline in an autocad like program that can save or export in dxf. Place the board outline on one layer and our cutouts on a separate layer Then import dxf into PCB layout.. When you import the dxf PCB Layout you will have to assign dxf layers to PCB Layout layers. ...
- 14 Dec 2011, 19:27
- Forum: DipTrace Schematic Capture
- Topic: Display more than two component attributes
- Replies: 10
- Views: 12017
Hit the "ABC" button, this allows u to place text. Be sure u know what layer your on though. Most likely you will be on top layer. I would use the top assy layer or silkscreeen
The gerber output gives you the column headings of: Symbol.....Hole (dia).....Plated.....Count In my design I have Blind Vias as well as thru... so I would like add a column indicating if via is thru, buried or blind. Then I might want another column to indicate layers the blind or buried vias are a...