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I occasionally need to import RF designs made in NI/AWR Microwave Office to Mentor Graphics pads. I can export a dxf file easily enough in Microwave Office. pads generally won't read these files, but I can use AutoCAD or SolidWorks as a middle man and pads will import those (...)
Hi everyone, Please help any one to solve this problem in pads 2005. i could not import the dxf in mm format ??
I don't believe there's any way to go from a Gerber file back to a proprietary format, whether it's Eagle, pads, or anything else. You can, however, translate gerbers to dxf, and then maybe import the dxf into your program.
which dxf file format will work to import dxf in pads layout 9.2. detail format of dxf. please help...
Best way to create RF parts or other such irregular parts is to create the drawing in tools such as AutoCAD. Because they are more accurate than directly adding 2D lines in pads. After creating the drawing in AutoCAD save the file in dxf format. And import the dxf format file in library editor of pads. By (...)
i have a layout design on ads .. i exported it to dxf format.. i used many pcb software ( proteus , pads , cam350) to import the dxf file but it doesn't work ?! :S anyone can help me ?
If it's Gerber format you can import that into a PCB, then copy and paste into a footprint. Gerber is troublesome since the artwork is comprised of thousands of elements instead of a few polygons. dxf usually does not work since the polygons do not come in filled. If you can export in pads PCB format (like Microwave Office does) then (...)
i have a .dwg drawing which i intend to use in my layout job so i had to save it as a dxf file in AutoCAD 2007. i had to import that dxf file into my layout job in Expedition, and i did successfully. the only problem is that the imported dxf file seems to be way too small from its dimensions in the (...)
Hello friends, Currently I am working on a project in which there are two PCBs one motherboard & another PowerSupply Borad which will be on motherboard with 7 mm Height difference. To get exact position of board to board connector i've generated dxf file for psu board but when i import it to motherboard file i am not getting it in some ano
I don?t understand exactly what you have and what you want to do. You said that you want to import those dxf files into PowerPCB and later you added that those are schematic files. PowerPCB is a layout tool and not a schematic capture tool. If you have a schematic done in OrCAD Capture you can use E-Studio from E-Tools Company to translate it to