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  • Re: bare die on pcb
    The Cadence Allegro User Guide Getting Started with Physical Design and Allegro Packager Designer have information about Wire Bond parts.  I don’t use their methods however. I have 500-600 pin dies on all many of my designs. I inherited the design process from a previous designer. The die outline with die pads come in as dxf files. I ...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by RTMORA2 on Tue, Aug 26 2014
  • Component Height Report issue
    I wrote a component height report that works, except it outputs multiple entries for each part. How can I get it to report just once for each part. Here is the report script. # This is an extract command file # generated by the Extract UI. # GEOMETRY REFDES!="" CLASS="PACKAGE ...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by RTMORA2 on Wed, Jul 23 2014
  • He Scores!!!!
    I seem to have misplaced my score detail note. Does anyone have one handy? Insteading of punching a serious of holes to seperate the boards, I suggested scoring. I guess I could recreated one, but I was hoping for a clp file from someone. thanks
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by RTMORA2 on Thu, Feb 27 2014
  • Re: Adding custom Properties to Part Symbols
    Mpred, Looking at your request it appears that you ready want to tag parts with specific information. You could edit the part by adding text to a subclass you know you will not use in your final ouput. For instance type in comments on the Body Center layer of the part. Of course if you want to read info on a small part and there are many of them ...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by RTMORA2 on Wed, Nov 27 2013
  • Re: How to line up multiple components?
    Brad, Your message indicates that you placed the connectors on the board and now you want to align them. I would set my grid to the x coordinate I want the connectors on let's say 122.5, and set the y grid to a multiple of the y coordinate. I would then place them where I want them to be the first time. How many connectors are we talking ...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by RTMORA2 on Thu, Oct 31 2013
  • Re: Gerber & Drill Viewer - What's out there?
    Ulfk, I too use Viewmate. To view the drills along with the gerber, I create a directory containing only the gerbers and drill files. In viewmate select import/directory. The gerber and drills are now in your viewmate viewer. I have noticed that Viewmate seperates the drills into their own layer, but they're in there. Ron  
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by RTMORA2 on Thu, Oct 31 2013
  • Re: Allegro to CoCreate Translation
    The solution to this problem is to output the copper layers in dxf format. The mechanical engineer was able to use the dxf data to get the thermal model he needed, 
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by RTMORA2 on Tue, Oct 15 2013
  • Starting an internal Allegro User Group
    I work for a company that has many Allegro design groups around the country. Has anyone started a user group within the company to support and share ideas specific to the company?  Possibly setting up a SharePoint side so that information is organized and captured. Users could get notified by email when new posts are added.  I realize ...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by RTMORA2 on Fri, Oct 11 2013
  • Allegro to CoCreate Translation
     In order to import into CoCreate the PCBs copper pour (traces and such) I need  to export a .SAT file out of Allegro. Has anyone interfaced with CoCreate?  I tried outputting a .dsn file to no avail.
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by RTMORA2 on Tue, Oct 8 2013
  • Allegro Placement Challenge
    I am working on a project that consists of 2 boards placed one directly above the other very close together. They are so close that the component heights of parts on the bottom side of the board above will affect the placement of parts on the board below. In effect I will be interleaving the tall and short components between both boards. This will ...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by RTMORA2 on Mon, Aug 12 2013
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