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Eagle autorouter: airwire left over after autorouting?

ronsimpson

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Auto router is usually not good. Most people that make many boards do not use it.
You will have to finish the board.
Post your board file and I will try to finish it.
 

ronsimpson

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I can't use Eagle to help you so I use Paint to show how to get the traces to connect.
Hope this helps.
 

DerStrom8

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Ugh, that autorouting is horrendous! For the love of all that is good, route it by hand PLEASE! :eek::p
 

DerStrom8

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Auto router is usually not good. Most people that make many boards do not use it.
You will have to finish the board.
Post your board file and I will try to finish it.
Hi ronsimpson, here is the .brd file.

Sorry but for manual routing I do not have the time currently nor the experience, sorry.

Hi ronsimpson, here is the .brd file.

Sorry but for manual routing I do not have the time currently nor the experience, sorry.
SOLVED: I reduced the size of the polygon (used for cooling, under SMD AMS1117-5.0V) somewhat.
 

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