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Author:  nottus [ 28 Feb 2016, 18:43 ]
Post subject:  Making PC Board Only

I was able to make one board using a 8 pin dip and a 18 pin dip. I found the dips on the left side, since, I am unable to find them again??

Attached is what I am making for my xmitter and want to make a rec. for it.

Thanks

Author:  MDman [ 29 Feb 2016, 02:58 ]
Post subject:  Re: Making PC Board Only

To find the Dip patterns, depending what version of DT your running, click on "filter off" Then search area "all libraries", name "Dip".
Alternately at the top of your library viewing window, click to select which library you would like to use and select "patterns".
Then select "general" or "dip" and you will find the dip patterns there.

Author:  nottus [ 29 Feb 2016, 13:28 ]
Post subject:  Re: Making PC Board Only

MDman wrote:
To find the Dip patterns, depending what version of DT your running, click on "filter off" Then search area "all libraries", name "Dip".
Alternately at the top of your library viewing window, click to select which library you would like to use and select "patterns".
Then select "general" or "dip" and you will find the dip patterns there.



I tried this, as you said, to no avail. Very strange.

I am using the "free" software. Seems the software is "buggy"? Or I am.

Thanks

Author:  farley [ 29 Feb 2016, 16:43 ]
Post subject:  Re: Making PC Board Only

Have you perhaps moved or removed any of the pattern libraries?

This is from DipTrace ver. 2.4.0.2:
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diptrace_patterns.jpg

Author:  Techno Tronix [ 20 Jul 2016, 02:46 ]
Post subject:  Re: Making PC Board Only

nottus wrote:
MDman wrote:
To find the Dip patterns, depending what version of DT your running, click on "filter off" Then search area "all libraries", name "Dip".
Alternately at the top of your library viewing window, click to select which library you would like to use and select "patterns".
Then select "general" or "dip" and you will find the dip patterns there.



I tried this, as you said, to no avail. Very strange.

I am using the "free" software. Seems the software is "buggy"? Or I am.

Thanks


Which "free" software you are using?

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