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Many parameters in PCB design seem simple. But in practice they are far more complex than they appear at first glance. Saar Drimer, electronics designer and technical editor, explains these parameters with examples and shows potential pitfalls. In this 6-part series, Saar also gives valuable tips for a good PCB design that any manufacturer can produce.
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The outline must have a closed shape
Normally, the centre of the line thickness of the outer contour is used as the actual outline of the PCB. This sounds simple, but this is where the mistakes lie.