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It's been some time that I look for a feature that would be useful for me and that I didn't saw in the tutorials.
Is it possible in PCB Editor 17.4 to place a pin arround a circle (the circle is only for the design and will not be in the pcb) at a particular angle (see picture below) ? I know that I can place a pin at particular coordinates but I'd rather not calculate the exacts coordinates arount the circle if there is an easier way..
Thanks a lot,
Draw the lines and the circle on a temporary layer then you will be able to snap to intersections to place pins (when placing pin, rigth clic: snap options are located here)
I placed a circle where I wanted center to be then place another circle around the center.
Copy a via then snap to the outer circle by segment vertex.
Then Edit>Copy, Options>Polar select the via you placed on the vertex then snap to the center circle.
This will allow you to place multiple copies around the outer circle.
There is probably a better way.
Allegro Productivity toolbox has a polar grid function.
Thank you all for your answers !