Best Practices: Snapping Usage in the PCB Editor

Created: September 21, 2020

Getting your PCB layout design done takes patience and precision. Complex footprint geometries, board shape, and dense component placement require accurate primitive positioning. Each stage of PCB design needs a different snapping configuration. Often your settings can be excellent fit for one stage and be unfavorable for another. For example, good snapping settings for your board outline can make routing almost impossible. Learn more about different snapping usage patterns and best practices of efficient snappings.

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