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 Routing on top and bottom side is possible with any option on etch??? 

Last post Wed, Jul 16 2014 3:38 AM by steve. 1 replies.
Started by Dhamodharann 14 Jul 2014 02:39 AM. Topic has 1 replies and 101 views
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    • Dhamodharann
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    Routing on top and bottom side is possible with any option on etch??? Reply
    Hi..

    I had worked on the pcb with two layer board. In old days worked with the layout i use to route the enabled ratsnest on top side, at connection tool----> make and connection between source to destination with connection tool.. Then put the route by bottom on the connection enabled by tool.                       Still my doubt is i had put the etch(top) on my board and then if need to try route the etch on bottom side means how it is possible.

    Can any provide any solution for this.      

    Thanks & regards  Dhamodharan
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  • Wed, Jul 16 2014 3:38 AM

    • steve
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    Re: Routing on top and bottom side is possible with any option on etch??? Reply

     Your question is not very clear but I think you are asking how to route on the Top of the board then chaneg to route on the bottom. You would need to add a via to change layers so whilst routing on the top try either a right click - Add Via or a double click to add a via and the Act and Alt layers will swap, a via is added and you are now routing on the bottom side.

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