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Common errors in PCB design

  • The drill sizes are handled without extra metallization in holes.
  • The wires and landscape are designed on the cutting area.
  • The distance between the conductor and space will be left minimal even though the design will not require it.
  • The distance between copper plane and hole in inner layers is 100µ or less. This might cause the material expanding short.
  • Constructors keep forgeting that routing tools are rounded and it is not possible to make 90 degrees cut-outs without radius in the corner.
  • There is too big solder mask opening on the board and it might cause the shorts between the pads that are in neighbourhood.
  • The line width for marking is below 100µ.

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