> On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 6:00 PM, brc_q@...
>> I have run into a situation where rather than a round hole through the PCB
>> for a component I would
>> like to have an elongated hole or slot. I haven't found another way of
>> doing this other than using
>> a different CAD program to create these slots but when paneling this makes
>> a real convoluted issue
>> making sure the slots are aligned with the pads properly.
>> So I was wondering what everyone else is doing to make these slots or even
>> milling the outline and
>> providing breakaway tabs?
>> I have CamBam for general 2D milling plus I use PCB-Gcode to engrave the
>> PCB but as great as PCB-Gcode is it does have it's limitations as far as
>> milling holes or outlines in any shape you want or am I wrong
>> about this. There is a milling layer in Eagle that I use to layout the PCB
>> and use that layer to produce
>> a PCB outline (and text too) so could I make a short milling layer trace
>> where the thru hole would be for
>> a pad? How do I tell PCB-Gcode to mill thru the board say a Z depth of 70
>> I am just confused on how to accomplish this so was wondering how others
>> are doing this?
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