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From: email@example.com (AtPCLogic)
Date: 13 Sep 2002 04:44:28 GMT
Organization: AOL http://www.aol.com
Subject: Re: Opinions about PC Logic's Circuit Layout?
>Subject: Re: Opinions about PC Logic's Circuit Layout?
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Hrvspooner)
>Date: 9/12/02 11:19 PM Eastern Daylight Time
>>Subject: Re: Opinions about PC Logic's Circuit Layout?
>>From: "Sir Charles W. Shults III" email@example.com
>>Date: 9/12/02 6:36 AM Eastern Daylight Time
>>"Robert Baer" wrote in message
>>> PLEASE tell me *what* belongs to "logic".
>> Well, I guess that shoots down my first hypothesis. What, exactly, are
>>My robotics, space and CGI web page - http://home.cfl.rr.com/aichip
>Here is the question. I am looking for an opinion on which software I should
>use. Several years ago I looked at Circuit Layout, and ended up not doing
>anything. I now am getting back into the swing of things, and looked at the
>program again. It looks nice to me. But I am a hobby user and really do not
>know what to look for. I looked at the surface and it looks fine. Is there
>more to a decision on which software to use? Who uses this software that
>tell me if the customer service is ok? If the software crashes or if the
>artwork is accurate?
>I have read a lot of comments about this package or that one. Mostly people
>are complaining about the choice they made. I would like to avoid some
>I need to do typical hobby boards. I don't need 32 layers with 1 degree
>rotation. I do want design rules to help locate shorts etc.
>I want easy to use. And, I want to have Gerbers available when I'm finished.
>It seems like Circuit Layout does all that. But then again, maybe not.
>Anyone have any experience with this? Has anyone who has used Circuit Layout
>also used a tool like Eagle or Pulsonix? How do they compare for the purpose
If you'd like to try a demo, its on the web site. I'd also be glad to answer
any questions you have.
The software is, in my opinion, a very good value. But, I'm biased.
Its quite capable of doing almost anything a hobby user would want to do.
PC Logic 'Circuit Layout' PCB Design Software
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