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Allegro PCB Editor,package

  • 16.5 New footprint from Package Designer to PCB Editor?

    Hello, I am a new 16.5 user. I designed some footprints in package designer as per the tutorials. I saved them in a folder as .psm and .dra parts. However when I go to create a netlist in Capture, or even to simply manually place the parts in PCB Editor neither I nor the software can find them. In PCB...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by Grue42 on Tue, Oct 16 2012
  • Allegro 16.6: Easing PCB Design for Multi-Gigabit/Second Signals

    Got a few picoseconds to spare? If you're a PCB designer working with a multi-Gbit/second serial link interface such as PCI Express 3.0 or a DDR memory interface, maybe not. Two new features in the Cadence Allegro 16.6 PCB design solution - announced today (Sept. 25, 2012) at PCB West - aim to help...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Tue, Sep 25 2012
  • Component Browser: Footprint is not defined for a part.

    Hi, After creating part/symbol in Part Developer using PCB Librarian, I tried to test the part in DE HDL through PCB Librarian. When I placed the part, Component Browser shows an error, Footprint is not defined for a part. What might be the cause of this error? But when I tried to export the schematic...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by maberu on Thu, Jul 19 2012
  • Re: Can't place parts in Orcad PCB... Solved! :-)

    Thanks to NordCad for the solution! You/I should be seeing check boxes to the left of refdes in the manual placement dialogue box! I didn't. It seems this is a issue with Windows 7. The text of the dialogue boxes is a bitmapped font - and the default Windows 7 fonts scales the text "over"...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by N i z e on Fri, Nov 4 2011
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