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Thread: Single Layer Autorouter?
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On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 9:48 PM, Bob Blick <KILLspambobblickspamspamTakeThisOuTftml.net> wrote:
> What you do is set the cost of one of the sides higher, so it minimizes
> routing on one side. Then for the traces you must have on the expensive
> side, adjust the routes so you can use jumper wires.
> Also you can selectively use keepouts on the expensive side.
> Cheers,
> Bob

Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 I love you!

freerouting.net is awsome. There was a little menu in there that
allowed you to disable any layer you want and it routed it for me. It
took 6 passes and a long time but it did it on one layer!

<a94764e0901311908w4659b477xd4c9d8ad24ce1f3f@mail.gmail.com> 7bit

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