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  • Re: RE: Single layer boards
    I tried to update the padstack then update to the design and that's when it chokes. I suppose, since it only for testing purposes, I could email it to you. I'll send you an email through here with my contact info.
    Posted to IC Packaging and SiP Design (Forum) by labrat7 on Tue, Nov 11 2008
  • Re: RE: Single layer boards
    PCB Editor choked on it and kicks me out everytime I try to mirror just the soldermask! Any other thought\ideas?
    Posted to IC Packaging and SiP Design (Forum) by labrat7 on Tue, Nov 11 2008
  • Re: RE: Single layer boards
    I fear my communication skills suffer when I get frustrated. And this board is driving me nuts! I think I'll try mirroring the soldermask only and see what kind of fits I can give the DRC. Thanks!
    Posted to IC Packaging and SiP Design (Forum) by labrat7 on Tue, Nov 11 2008
  • Re: RE: Single layer boards
    Okay, silly me! I thought I was emailing directly to you two and attached a bitmap so you could see my problem. I guess you didn't get those... I have a 0.5" square at each end of a 7 inch flexible circuit board. Assuming 0,0 is on the lower left corner, about an inch to the right of the first o.5" pad is a pair of 0.1" wide by ...
    Posted to IC Packaging and SiP Design (Forum) by labrat7 on Tue, Nov 11 2008
  • RE: Single layer boards
    The board is a flexible board using only Polyimide insulating material and copper. Components J1 & J2 need to be facing the bottom while U1 & U2 need to be facing towards the top. This is a high voltage, high current pulse design and vias would add too much inductive loading. See attached bitmap.
    Posted to IC Packaging and SiP Design (Forum) by labrat7 on Tue, Nov 11 2008
  • RE: Single layer boards
    The circuit board is a flexible design using polyimide film as the board material. The “M1” layer has 3 copper traces ½” wide running the length. The pads on each end need to be open on the bottom while the 2 sets of pads near the center need to be on top. See the attached bitmap.
    Posted to IC Packaging and SiP Design (Forum) by labrat7 on Tue, Nov 11 2008
  • Single layer boards
    Has anyone done anything with single layer flexible cirtuit boards? I am having trouble finding out how to define the cross section for only one layer. The layout cross section window says I can't delete either the TOP layer or the BOTTOM layer. The board I am designing has pads on both sides of a single layer of conductive material. Any ...
    Posted to IC Packaging and SiP Design (Forum) by labrat7 on Tue, Nov 11 2008
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