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 skill script to extract air gap between elements on different conductive layer 

Last post Wed, Jun 20 2012 10:36 PM by jflmeggitt. 2 replies.
Started by jflabe 20 Jun 2012 04:11 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 2369 views
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  • Wed, Jun 20 2012 4:11 AM

    • jflabe
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    skill script to extract air gap between elements on different conductive layer Reply
    Hello everybody, do you think I can use a script SKILL file to extract air gap to track/shape/pad/via between two different conductive layers taking account of dielectric, using value entered in Xsection, this for all nets in Net-class against other Net-class, in all conductive layers.

    Does anybody have this kind of SKILL script you can share with me.

    Thanks.
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  • Wed, Jun 20 2012 8:17 AM

    • Ejlersen
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    Re: skill script to extract air gap between elements on different conductive layer Reply

    Hi

    I would recommend that you contact the Cadence Channel Partner in Germany, FlowCAD

    http://www.flowcad.de/FlowCAD-Deutschland.htm

     They have created a z-axis spacing check application as part of their Floware package.

    Best regards

    Ole

    Best regards Ole
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  • Wed, Jun 20 2012 10:36 PM

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    RE: skill script to extract air gap between elements on different conductive layer Reply
    Hello, thanks a lot for information, have a nice day.

    Regards,
    Jean-francois Labe
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