This video shows you how DEX-PCB automatically generated the mouse-bites and cutouts needed for Break-Away Tabs in panelizard PCBs.
This video show you how easy it is to add Fiducial Marks to a PCB using DEX-PCB
This video show how to quickly panelize your PCB in DEX-PCB so you can save loads of money when it comes to having it made.
This video show you some of the infinite varieties of copper fill patterns that are possible for your copper pours in DEX-PCB.
This video show how you can quickly round the corners of all your tracks and pads as well as add teardrops to your PCB.
This video shows you how to automatically add rounded corners to all your tracks in your PCB. It is embarrassingly easy to do; just drag a slider from left to right.
In DEX-PCB, you can automatically round all the tracks on your PCB design. This is done very easily by simply clicking on a menu button and the change will automatically be applied.
his video shows you how to replace a part in the design by simply dragging a part from the library onto a symbol in your design and it will be automatically replaced. This replacement will also include automatically wiring up the new part with connections that exist for the part been replaced.
This video continues from the 'Replacing an existing part in a PCB design' video and shows you an example of swapping a part for a drastically different one.
This video show you how to auto-route individual PCB net. You can simply select the net and click on the appropriate auto-route button in the ribbon menu.
The video further illustrates PCB track editing with DEX-PCB
This video show the automatic breaking of unwanted PCB track loops in DEX-PCB when manually routing a PCB
This video show you how easy it is to manually route your PCB in DEX-PCB.
When manually routing a PCB in DEX-PCB it is important to define the start point. This videos show you how.
This video show you how DEX-PCB can automatically clip your silkscreen rectangles to the pads and also provide a clearance margin.
Now you can view your PCB complete with shadows, reflective surfaces, 3D copper and even see the solder.
This video shows you how you can move your parts on a PCB using the 3-D viewport.
This video show you how to partially route a PCB track and them come back to it later and finish it off. This demo uses DEX-PCB.
This video show you how to automatically connect SMT pads to power planes.
The video show you how to manual route a PCB track and ensure the final segment is horizontal/Vertical or at a 45° angle to the target Pad.
This video shows you how the new routing using copper pour areas will work in DEX-PCB. It demonstrates manually routing a VCC net that connects three pads in the copper pour region. You will see that the integrity is maintained and you are guided to valid targets during manual routing.The end result is that a net has been correctly routed and maintains the electrical connectivity are defined by the schematics for the PCB project.
This video show you how to plot your DEX-PCB PCB artwork, output files for a CNC cuttter and how to zip up all the Gerber files, Bill of Materials file, NC drill file and pick and place file for manufacturing. It also show you how to preview the Gerber files.
In this video you learn how to do post-autoroute optimization of your PCB tracks in DEX-PCB.
In this video you will see the many different thing you can do to edit parts and schematic wiring in DEX-PCB.
This video shows you how to add holes and cutouts to your PCB and how to edit them.
This video show you how to change track widths during manual routing with DEX-PCB.
This video show you how to reduce the width of a track segment to avoid design rule errors when routing between pads.
This video show you how to do real time design rule checking when manually routing your PCB.
This video demonstrates the 3 different PCB routing techniques available in DEX-PCB.
This video shows you how to connect a SMT pad on the top side of a PCB to a copper pour area on a different layer in DEX-PCB.
This video show you how to create a pad with a rounded end using DEX-PCB.
This video that shows you how to make a complicated PCB by combining basic graphical shapes.
This video show you how to manually route between TPH pads and SMT pads on different PCB layers in DEX-PCB. It also show you how to add redundant tracks and delete them.
This video show you the 4 different ways to rotate parts on your PCB in DEX-PCB.
This video show you how to easily route a track/net on a PCB with automatic target suggestions.
This video demonstrates swapping connection to a part with 2 pads on a PCB to improve routing. It also show how to easily lock all footprints in a PCB.
This video show you how to set the width of all the tracks in a PCB net from the schematic. It also deonstrates DEX-PCB's PCB Builder and how it takes into account track widths.
This short demo shows you how to auto-route a PCB in seconds saving you time and money. This leaves you with loads of time to do something more interesting than manual routing.
In DEX-PCB you can change the orientation, font and scaling of part reference designators in PCBs and schematics. In schematics you can also change the color.
This quick demo shows you how to add a jumper to a track to get past an obstacle that you cannot route around using the current layers on the PCB.
This video show you how you can view the PCB in 3D from different vantage points with and without parts and even view the internals of the PCB.
This video gives you an insight into how DEX-PCB automatically lays out parts on a PCB.
The video show you why the top and bottom solder mask on a PCB with SMT devices will differ and as a consequence your PCB fabricator may charge extra.
This video show you how to set the transparency of a PCB in DEX-PCB so you can see through to the tracks of a mulit-layer PCB.
This video show you how you can automatically select PCB components and tracks from schematics and similarly select schematic symbols and wires from a PCB.
This video demonstrates how you can produce PCBs with professional quality text in contract to the standard 'stick' text produced by most EDA programs.