Here's a short video tutorial on how to route in Altium Designer 17 using ActiveRoute. Activeroute is a routing technology that allows you to spend your time creating instead of wasting your time routing. It does this by producing manual like results, that you'd be happy with. There are two modes to ActiveRoute, guided and non guided routing. Watch this video to learn how to do both in Altium Designer 17. To learn more about the routing technology in Altium Designer 17, go to http://www.altium.com/altium-designer/whats-new and sign up for a free trial today. www.altium.com
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