Single Layer Autorouter?
Bob Blick email (remove spam text)
> On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 9:48 PM, Bob Blick <ftml.net> wrote: bobblick
>> 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.
> Which router are you referring to? I was trying to use the
> freerouting.net router.
They say they use specctra rules, so this works pretty well in specctra:
cost layer 1 high
cost layer 2 free
your choices for cost are free, low, high, medium, high, forbidden. or
you can use 0 through 100.
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