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SOLIDWORKS PCB Tips - Polygon Pour Shaping

Monday January 7, 2019 at 4:42pm
Within SolidWorks PCB, you can define Copper Pour polygons. These polygons can be on a net, in-filled solid or hatched and have a series of settings to ‘flavour’ the result:

The polygon can be shaped using the usual drawing tools and will abide any rules and clearances when poured. To dictate the minimal distance from board edge to copper pour, add a ‘no net’ copper Region to push the copper pour back accordingly.

 

Watch the video below to learn how.

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