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This on-line free PCB routing tool looks quite promising
posted April 17 2011 20:58.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis

PCB autorouters are expensive tools, we all know this. Not to mention that some of them do not produce very good results. Today i found a new post in dangerousprototypes, talking about an on-line PCB autorouter with excellent results and free to use. It needs Java to run (what else...) and i gave it a try. I can tell you that i was excited! Very easy to use and gives some very good results. I did not have enough time to go through all the tools, but i will surely use it for my future PCBs.

This is what the developer writes:

The interactive push & shove router is production stable and unsurpassed in its free angle capabilities.

An autorouter is currently under development. It is already stable in the conventional 45 degree routing mode. The speed of the autorouter is still a bit slow, but the quality of the routing results is very good when compared with the results of existing autorouters.

The web-based version of the router is free.

It communicates with host PCB design systems via the standard Specctra DSN interface. There exists also an interface to Cadsoft-Eagle.

[Via: dangerousprototypes]    [Link: freerouting]
Tags: software   tools   

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