13th April 2009 09:11 AM
how to invert pcb layout in eagle
i am currently doing project on muc
i have made pcb layout in eagle but i need negative of it in my college
but i dont know how to invert it in eagle can someone help me
13th April 2009 12:54 PM
This question came up in another forum I read. It looks like you will need to export from Eagle and use other tools to do it.
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13th April 2009 01:23 PM
Coop Build Coordinator
Eagle can do just about anything but walk the dog.
In the print dialog box check black, solid and mirror. Then print it to your printer or check the PDF box.
13th April 2009 02:19 PM
He said a negative, not a mirror. A mirror just flips it.
A negative changes all the white to black and vice versa. It's needed for negative photoresist.
13th April 2009 02:52 PM
Coop Build Coordinator
ok MY BAD
Given the number of people that use eagle I find it doubtful that there is not a way to produce a negative. I could be wrong.
It took me about 2 minutes to find this with google. I have yet to run a CAM job. No expertise on my part. I would guess this is not the only way.
While running Eagle choose the CAM icon. In the window it opens choose PS_INVERTED as the output file type and create your output files. They can be easily opened and printed using CorelDraw with no loss in quality. You can also invert any .ps file using Corel with high quality.
13th April 2009 02:54 PM
Hi all this is my first post, I joined this forum for a specific reason so if I'm breaking any protocols please dont hang me. I'm using this quick link option because, again, I'm not very clued up on this sort of thing. Anyway cut to the chase, I need help from someone who has the time and knowhow to complete a little project for me; it's for a recording studio, specifically for an album project (electronica). I read a few of the posts, and from what I've read, this would be more than a cinch for you guys. I dont what the rules are about paying, but I'm sore compensations are allowed, particularly since by helping me you'll be saving the world.
Cheers for reading this far........ I'll keep a look out.......
here's the project: http://www.getlofi.com/?p=1118
Last edited by sacredm; 13th April 2009 at 03:01 PM.
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13th April 2009 03:20 PM
Perhaps no one stands before your specific reason Ok enjoy.
Originally Posted by sacredm
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