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1999\11\16@160044 by Aaron

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1999\11\16@162716 by Francisco Armenta

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Francisco

> Aaron wrote:
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> Can anyone tell me how to ONLY produce a single sided board in Eagle?
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> Regards
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> Aaron
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1999\11\17@215702 by russellh

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> Aaron wrote:
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> Can anyone tell me how to ONLY produce a single sided board in Eagle?
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> Regards
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> Aaron

       Skip the autorouter.  Use only the bottom.  You specify which layer a
trace is on when you lay out the board.

       Has anyone tried etching a board, using a negative made by printing
from a laser printer onto acetate, in reverse (light for dark, dark for
light)?  I layed out a board single sided, so I could expose and etch it
myself at home.  But I haven't tried to make one yet, and I wondered if
it could be done without an actual negative.

       Russell Hedges

1999\11\18@082622 by Eisermann, Phil [Ridg/CO]

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>         Has anyone tried etching a board, using a negative made by
> printing
> from a laser printer onto acetate, in reverse (light for dark, dark for
> light)?  I layed out a board single sided, so I could expose and etch it
> myself at home.  But I haven't tried to make one yet, and I wondered if
> it could be done without an actual negative.
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I have tried this, and it sort of works, but my results left a lot
to be desired.  For some reason, I have better results when
I use the positive process. Maybe your printer is better at printing
large areas of "dark" than mine (HP 1600C).

For getting a negative image (and a positive image image, either
by starting with a negative or by doing the process twice), i have
found that Datak Pos-Neg film works really well. The contrast is
orders of magnitude better. I think I got mine from Electronix Express.


Phil Eisermann
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1999\11\18@101828 by Terry A. Steen
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I have used the Desk Top Fabrication system by DynaArt Designs. They have a
catalog/flyer they can send, call 813-524-1500. I don't work for them, and
I have used their product in our plant to manufacture boards (VERY small
number of units).

Terry


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1999\11\18@171628 by Lawrence Lile

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Sure, Aaron, I do this all the time.

Most autorouters will always try to make a double sided board.  I finally
stopped fighting and just go ahead and let the autorouter put traces on both
sides.

Then, I attack the autorouted board.  I place all the traces possible on the
solder side, re-route a few of them to make it possible, but then finally I
am stuck with a few traces on the component side that I just can't route.

These are your jumper wires.

-- Lawrence Lile


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From: Aaron <azzi_bspamspam_OUTAZZNET.FREESERVE.CO.UK>
To: @spam@PICLISTKILLspamspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU <KILLspamPICLISTKILLspamspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU>
Date: Tuesday, November 16, 1999 3:00 PM
Subject: Eagle


Can anyone tell me how to ONLY produce a single sided board in Eagle?

Regards

Aaron


'Eagle'
2002\12\19@204712 by Augusto Yipmantin - OA4CVT
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I do that taking the image of the layout using the SNAPSHOT capture image
software.
I save the image as a BMP file and then process it with the PAINT utility of
the Windows.
Final ART is made using the COREL DRAW 7 to resize it to de adequate
dimensions.

Regards,

Augusto, OA4CVT

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2002\12\19@210158 by Pang

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Hi Justin,

AFAIK, you cannot do it in Eagle, but you can do it through the Printer
settings. Goto Printer->Properties->Graphics and select 'Print as negative
image.'

I am not sure if there are other way, perhaps you should send a mail to the
Eagle user chat  or Eagle support newsgroup.

The bad thing about doing the settings through the Printers properties, (
which I think you already know of ) is that if your circuit size is less
than a size of the paper defined, then the remaining part will also be
printed with black. To reduce the wastage, you can actually, define a custom
size paper. But they will still have a minimum range.

Good Luck.


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