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# coordinate of a layer given a specified width .

Last post Thu, Oct 29 2009 7:32 AM by marbs. 4 replies.
 Started by marbs 26 Oct 2009 04:27 AM. Topic has 4 replies and 1068 views
• #### Mon, Oct 26 2009 4:27 AM

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coordinate of a layer given a specified width .
 How can I find the coordinate of a layer(GP layer) with a length of >=  30 microns  by using SKILL ? Thanks in advance. Marbs
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• #### Mon, Oct 26 2009 5:44 PM

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Re: coordinate of a layer given a specified width .
 Hi Marbs,Its your layer drawn in path/pathSeg?How
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Re: coordinate of a layer given a specified width .
 Hi Marbs, This is rather tough to be achieved with Skill as you may need to consider different sorts of shapes, i.e. polygons, paths ... etc. Best way to cope with this issue is to use a verification tool like Calibre or Assura. Cheers, Riad.
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• #### Thu, Oct 29 2009 7:31 AM

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Re: coordinate of a layer given a specified width .
 Thank you for the reply sir, I will try to solve it by Calibre, although  we are still experiencing problem in the network for calibre.  Regards, Marbs
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• #### Thu, Oct 29 2009 7:32 AM

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Re: coordinate of a layer given a specified width .
 My layer is drawn in path sir. Thank you for the reply.
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 Started by marbs at 26 Oct 2009 04:27 AM. Topic has 4 replies.