Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Distance of one polarity in a pair is radically different from the other one

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • mulfycrowh
    replied
    I deleted the pair and rewrote it.
    Everything OK.

    Leave a comment:


  • WhoKnewKnows
    replied
    How are you calculating the distances?

    It used to be that if you don't use X-signals there's a larger risk of the distances being calculated incorrectly. Various causes, but a common one is overlapping copper objects, such as a trace stacked on a trace on the same layer. X-signals appears to overcome this by drawing a white line that's central to the overall path and then calculate the length of that line. If you are using X-signals, you should be able to visually check the paths of these lines for the two nodes in question.

    Leave a comment:


  • Distance of one polarity in a pair is radically different from the other one

    Hi everyone,

    Did you already have the case?
    The negative polarity has a distance of 120,312 mm, the positive 129,087 mm.

    I guess that it is wrong.
    But how to solve the issue?

    Thanks
Working...
X