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Hacking footprints for easier 2 layer routing

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Routing complex surface mount circuits on a 1 or 2 layer PCB is tricky. TSSOP and similar small parts often don't have enough clearance to route a trace between two leads. Mats tackled this by by removing a few unused leads. This gave him the freedom to route traces through...

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