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 Routing without nets 

Last post Tue, Jan 2 2007 8:30 PM by archive. 2 replies.
Started by archive 02 Jan 2007 08:30 PM. Topic has 2 replies and 657 views
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  • Tue, Jan 2 2007 8:30 PM

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    Routing without nets Reply

    HI ALL,

    Will doing the layout in allegro without schematic is possible. Is by anyway Routing can be done

    without NETS and also without errors. how can it bring back to schematic.

    Thanks & Regards
    shiva.


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by pugal
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  • Mon, Apr 2 2007 4:22 PM

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    RE: Routing without nets Reply

    1. modify user preferences found in the "Setup" pulldown.
    - go to misc
    - add a check mark to ' logic_edit_enable'
    2. place parts on your board
    3. add connections
    - select the pull down menu "Logic"
    - pick "Net Logic"
    - create a netname under options in the control panel

    fyi

    I've only tested this with a netlist. Its woth a try.

    Good Luck,

    Oscar Miguelino


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by oscar@oqo.com
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  • Tue, Apr 10 2007 10:37 PM

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    RE: Routing without nets Reply

    Oscar's method works for those preferring the 'blunt force' approach. It *always* ends up being better to start with the schematic and connecting to the board.


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by redwire
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