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2001\12\25@184542 by Tal Bejerano - AMC

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Hi 2 All!

1. How I draw a rectangle that describe the board size? and how I know its
measures?

2. I look to find any command that measure distance between two points or
more. does Eagle have this kind of tool? (The info tool doesn't help much or
maybe I use incorrectly ?)

Thanks

Tal

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2001\12\26@002007 by Rodrigo Valladares P.

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Hi,

> 1. How I draw a rectangle that describe the board size? and how I know its
measures?

display none
display dimension (normally is a white rectangle, who you can resize, and it
doesn't need to be a rectangle)

info will show you trace by trace the measure of the outline ( I don't know
other method )


> 2. I look to find any command that measure distance between two points or
> more. does Eagle have this kind of tool? (The info tool doesn't help much
or
> maybe I use incorrectly ?)

Between two points, use mark, and in the upper left corner Eagle will show
you the distance relative to this point.

How do you define the distance between more than two points ?

All of this is done in the board.

RVP

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2001\12\26@020403 by Vitaliy Chetverikov

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Hi,

If you have actually deleted those dimensions, than the only way that I was able to restore them was to draw them by selecting a
Wire tool (on the toolbar set Layer to "20 Dimension", Width - "0", Style - "Continuous"). Move the cursor to the 0,0 position (in
the left corner of the screen it should show (0.00 0.00) and draw a rectangle of any size (make sure you finish at 0.0 position
(double-click), so you'll be able to resize that rectangle) and than resize to it to the size of your board.

Hope this helps,

Vitaliy



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2001\12\26@024428 by Tal Bejerano - AMC

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Thanks for the useful advices Rodrigo!

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Hi,

> 1. How I draw a rectangle that describe the board size? and how I know its
measures?

display none
display dimension (normally is a white rectangle, who you can resize, and it
doesn't need to be a rectangle)

info will show you trace by trace the measure of the outline ( I don't know
other method )


> 2. I look to find any command that measure distance between two points or
> more. does Eagle have this kind of tool? (The info tool doesn't help much
or
> maybe I use incorrectly ?)

Between two points, use mark, and in the upper left corner Eagle will show
you the distance relative to this point.

How do you define the distance between more than two points ?

All of this is done in the board.

RVP

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2001\12\26@025511 by Tal Bejerano - AMC

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Thanks Vitaliy I will try that

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Hi,

If you have actually deleted those dimensions, than the only way that I was
able to restore them was to draw them by selecting a
Wire tool (on the toolbar set Layer to "20 Dimension", Width - "0", Style -
"Continuous"). Move the cursor to the 0,0 position (in
the left corner of the screen it should show (0.00 0.00) and draw a
rectangle of any size (make sure you finish at 0.0 position
(double-click), so you'll be able to resize that rectangle) and than resize
to it to the size of your board.

Hope this helps,

Vitaliy



> Hi 2 All!
>
> 1. How I draw a rectangle that describe the board size? and how I know its
> measures?
>
> 2. I look to find any command that measure distance between two points or
> more. does Eagle have this kind of tool? (The info tool doesn't help much
or
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2001\12\26@105233 by Lawrence Lile

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Yes EaGLE has a measuring tool.  Type "M"  and click your mouse on a point.
You will then get a second set of coordinates that show you the offest from
your marked point to your current position, along with the first coordinates
that show your absolute position.

There is a useful ULP on the Eagle site that automatically dimensions your
board in inches or millimeters, also dimensioning any holes not associated
with a component pad.  Saves a lot of tedious work.


-- Lawrence Lile


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