Did a board for a customer who now wants to have a mirrored version of the board. It's not a complicated board, just a couple switches and connector, several layers of copper areas though.
Thought I could export a dxf of each layer, mirror it in autocad and then import it back in and assign the nets to the copper areas. This sort of works, but the copper areas do not import. They are visible in the dxf.
Dave Elder, Tait Communications
In reply to eDave:
Can not find the "Create Module" command in PCB Editor (Pro)...........?
Is this only an Allegro feature?
In reply to Sagetech:
OrCAD PCB Designer Professional and above supports modules through Placement Edit Application mode, Setup>Application Mode>Placement Edit, window components, hover over selection, right-click>Place Replicate Create, modify the Etch selection (if required) and right-click>Done, pick an origin, like 0,0 or Snap a Pick To, then specify a name for the module to save it.