I have used this company for my prototype boards for many years. According to their webpage they can handle the 4 mil traces. and partial down to 3 mil
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- 31 Aug 2017, 15:03
- Forum: DipTrace PCB Layout
- Topic: Multiple Circuits on one PCB - Milling
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Hey there, -- 14 Jul 2017, 21:20 -- Ok, looks like the copy & paste sub layouts onto a bigger PCB is not really the way to go: as DipTrace PCB then renumbers all the components, which is obviously not what's needed. Is there another way to do this? The DIPTrace software is new to me, but I have lea...
By default in PCB Layout, while placing the component, it will be placed by Pads, no by Origin. You can see and edit this from component context menu - Snap to Grid. Are there any way to change the default to be placed by origin? Pads were practical 25 years ago when all component pads fit into a 0...
First of all, DIP Trace have saved me. I have used protel software for more than 20 years, but when windows updated to windows 10, it stopped working. One of my friends had Altium and using his computer helped me while I was looking for software that were better and cheaper than Altium. When DipTrac...
- 24 Aug 2017, 16:21
- Forum: Basic Schematic and PCB Design
- Topic: DipTrace Team has the question to our users
- Replies: 120
- Views: 1208702
I miss the FPGA's from Microsemi. I can't even find the footprints used for some of the smallest IGLOO chips.