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Thread: Single Layer Autorouter?
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face BY : Gordon Williams email (remove spam text)




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> EAGLE will autoroute on one side; just set the direction of the other
> side to "NA."
> Note that it doesn't do a very good job, and it seems to be a
> characteristic of autorouters in general to be aimed at using more
> than one layer...

I've heard other people complain about Eagle autorouter, but for single
sided boards I've found it to be a useful tool.  It quickly gives you an
idea where the potential bottlenecks are for routing traces.  Sometimes
components need to be moved or rotated to get better path placement.  Once
you see what the router suggests you can go back an manually route some with
jumpers to clean up the arrangement.

Gordon Williams

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