Creating Layer Numbers and Stacking Stripes in Altium Designer

December 6, 2017 Chris Carlson

 

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Watch to see exactly how you can create layer numbers and stacking stripes in Altium Designer, in this episode of OnTrack with Altium. In this Episode, Chris Carlson is demonstrating how to create Layer Numbers and Stacking Stripes in Altium Designer and answering questions from several users from another recent episode. We hope this answers your questions and please feel free to connect and let us know how we can help you get OnTrack.

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About the Author

Chris Carlson

Sr. Field Application Engineer Chris Carlson came to Altium in August of 2007 and brings with him his background in power electronics, data acquisition, and controls. Chris earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University in 1993 and has worked as a design engineer in the Bio-Medical, Industrial Controls, Motor Drive, and Defense industries.

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