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 Why slot info missing in ncdrill file 

Last post Mon, Dec 27 2004 1:04 AM by archive. 1 replies.
Started by archive 27 Dec 2004 01:04 AM. Topic has 1 replies and 644 views
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    Why slot info missing in ncdrill file Reply

    Why slot info missing in ncdrill file?
    Even if we provide the drill bit in nc tools it couldn't happen. Whether slots are to be customized by PCB Fab.!!!


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  • Mon, Dec 27 2004 7:24 AM

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    RE: Why slot info missing in ncdrill file Reply

    Hi,

    Slot info shows up when running NC Route (Mfg > NC > NC Route).

    I found the following solution by searching SourceLink with the keywords ""drill slot missing"".


    Title:
    No warning to run NC Route when slotted holes exist in Allegro.

    Problem statement:
    I have a design that contains slots so NC Route must be run to generate route data to route these slots. When I run NC Drill, I would expect a warning message similar to the above message to be generated indicating that I need to make sure to run NC Route.

    Solution:
    This has been reported in PCR 725601 and will be addressed in the 15.5 release. Before the 15.5 release is available, users must be aware of the fact when slotted holes exist on a design, NC Route must be run.


    I hope this helps!


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