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EDA => Altium Designer => Topic started by: rozeh on October 30, 2015, 04:56:25 pm

Title: The pads of resistors are invisible when I print it out. Why?
Post by: rozeh on October 30, 2015, 04:56:25 pm
Howdy fellas
I was working on my project(a PCB) and it's about done but I have problem. When I print my PCb out, the pads of two resistors are invisible while I can see them in program. this is what I have in the program:

(http://img4.uplood.fr/free/owpr_1111.png)

And this is what I got when I print it out:

(http://img4.uplood.fr/free/eycp_3333.png)

This is the setting of these pads:

(http://img4.uplood.fr/free/9t0r_2222.png)

What's the problem in your opinion?
Title: Re: The pads of resistors are invisible when I print it out. Why?
Post by: tboy on October 30, 2015, 05:28:08 pm
I assume that your print out is of the top copper.  In your pad definitions you have 2.54mm for the bottom but the top is 0.  Therefore there is no pad to print.  Either use the Simple Pad Stack with 2.54mm pad diameter or make the the Top Pad definition the same as you Bottom Pad in the definition you have.  A Simple Pad Stack is probably what you want.
Title: Re: The pads of resistors are invisible when I print it out. Why?
Post by: rozeh on October 31, 2015, 12:14:11 pm
Great! Thanks tboy.