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  • Re: Read drill tolerance and DEFAULT_INTERNAL pad(s) from padstack
    Thanks. I'm on 16.3 but both methods you suggested seem to work in 16.3. How did you know to use the 'internal symbol to retrieve the internal pads for axlDBGetPad? I couldn't seem to find it documented anywhere.   I don't know how I missed the "holeTolerance" property on the padstack definition, could have ...
    Posted to PCB SKILL (Forum) by stburton on Thu, Sep 13 2012
  • Re: Read drill tolerance and DEFAULT_INTERNAL pad(s) from padstack
    Thanks for your reply Dave.  Ah, I feared the drill tolerances might not be accessible as simple properties. The method you outlined for the default internal pads does not seem to work in my case. Specifically, I'm attempting to read the default internal pads in the context of a package symbol loaded in the symbol editor. When accessing ...
    Posted to PCB SKILL (Forum) by stburton on Tue, Sep 11 2012
  • Read drill tolerance and DEFAULT_INTERNAL pad(s) from padstack
    I'm trying to get both the associated hole tolerance from a padstack definition and the defined "DEFAULT INTERNAL" pad(s) using the Allegro SKILL api. I am able to extract all other portions of the padstack definition except for these two pieces of information. I have tried iterating over the "pads" property of the ...
    Posted to PCB SKILL (Forum) by stburton on Tue, Sep 11 2012
  • Getting Lines in Package Symbol
    I'm trying to iterate over all top-level (i.e. not inside some other shape) lines in an Allegro package symbol, that is, when inside the symbol editor, not a full board design. It's straight-forward in the case of dealing with a board where I can just iterate over all children of some symbol. And when inside the package symbol editor ...
    Posted to PCB SKILL (Forum) by stburton on Fri, Mar 23 2012
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