• PolyGon Pours

    Criei um pequeno projeto no CIRCUITSTUDIO (comprei há pouco tempo aqui mesmo NEWARK ) para testa a ferramenta PolyGon Pour consigo redimensionar até ai tudo bem, mas quando tento mudar o espaço entr...
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  • CircuitStudio 1.5.2 Hotfix Now Available

    We are pleased to announce that a new version of CircuitStudio is now available. This hotfix addresses the withdrawal by Digi-Key of their supplier API that was used as a data feed for Digi-Key supplier links within C...
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  • CircuitStudio 1.5 Is Now Available

    We’re happy to announce an update for CircuitStudio, CircuitStudio 1.5. Although this is not a major feature packed release -that's on its way- its still an important, and to be honest a much needed one. Circuit...
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  • Importing Altium Circuit Studio files to Altium Designer and Vice Versa

    The decision of which PCB CAD program to buy is huge anytime a professional design is undertaken. With every hour of CAD design spent in the tool, and with each board released to production, it gets harder to change p...
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  • CS issues

    Hi   I'm new user of CS (version 1.5.1) and have the following problems: 1. On PCB layout, when I draw a track, i want a hot key to change layer and to put automatically a VIA. I couldn't locate a such key (sho...
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  • Part 2: Make the PCB from your design – Almost there...

    Related Content: Part 1:Create a schematic from your idea – Out of the head, into the tool. Part 2: Make the PCB from your design – Almost there... Part-3: Generate output files for printing – Eureka...
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  • CircuitStudio Success Story - Zymbit

    I thought this post might be of interest showing how one company has successfully used CircuitStudio to create a hardware security module. After reading the article (written by Phil Strong of Zymbit) and watching the ...
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  • What's your favourite free Gerber viewer?

    I thought this would be an interesting topic for CircuitStudio users and a great resource for those new to PCB design.   Gerber files are an industry standard, and have been for decades, for transferring design...
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  • PCB layout for those new to designing circuit boards

    Try CircuitStudio for Free   When I first learned how to play “Hearts,” I was always worried about how to pass those three cards right off the bat. What if I helped who I was playing against? I got...
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  • Ground plane fails at Circuit Studio

    0down votefavorite     Hello, could you please advise on the following topic: First time I make a ground plane in circuit studio. I really follow the tutorial. I select the pour polygon as you see. Ok here ...
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  • Creating a board outline from DXF in CircuitStudio

    This short post will show how to work with an imported DXF drawing to define a complex board outline that includes slot and hole cutouts. We will convert the imported DXF drawing into usable data ready for designing y...
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  • Sign up for our CircuitStudio Webinars

    For the remainder of 2018 we are running regular live webinars in conjunction with Altium. Join us and learn more about CircuitStudio - a great value low cost PCB design solution for both individuals, small business a...
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  • Using PCB Star Grounding

    Try CircuitStudio for Free   Star charts and sextants seem like something from the days of sailing ships. Yet, unmanned and manned spacecraft depend on precise celestial navigation. When calculating the trajecto...
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  • Moving to CircuitStudio from EAGLE

    You've taken the plunge and purchased CircuitStudio to replace your ageing EAGLE software. Altium have thoughtfully provided a really useful guide to help you migrate and take you through the concepts and practices th...
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  • CircuitStudio Evaluation Guide for EAGLE Users

    Are you looking to make the switch from Autodesk EAGLE to Altium CircuitStudio or even just starting to think about it? This well written guide will assist your evaluation process by highlighting the features and bene...
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  • CircuitStudio Webinar (17 May 2018) - Q&A Transcript

    A big thank you to all those who attended our recent webinar CircuitStudio – Your Top Topics – Q&A Session. We had a good number of questions asked during the session and below is a summary of the ques...
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  • Top 5 PCB Design Guidelines Every PCB Designer Should Know

    Try CircuitStudio For Free   What’s the key to designing a board that’s realistic on paper and in physical form? Let’s explore the top 5 design guidelines that you need to know to design your ...
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  • Phalanx, not Failure: PCB Shielding to Protect Your Design

    Try CircuitStudio For Free     During 7 B.C., Greek soldiers—or hoplites--carried a large, concave, circular shield called the hoplon. Made from bronze and wood, the hoplon or Argive shield protected ...
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  • Protecting Your PCB Design From Machine Assembly Defects

    Try CircuitStudio For Free       As much as I enjoy designing electronic products for my clients, I immediately turn to repair centers when my own laptop breaks down, trusting the expert technicians wh...
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  • PCB Tips: Hairline Short Circuits

    Hello Everyone,   We made a video on hairline short circuits, what they are, how they happen, and what you can do as a designer to prevent them. Check it out!     Try CircuitStudio For Free .
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