Mark,
Most fabricators work to a max of 24" by 32" for printed flex cable. You
can pull some tricks within that frame to increase the maximum length
through folding. If you're using a roll formed type collated flex to get
your length then I would suggest building separate pwbs within protel
(with a common part to definr the interface) and then marry the gerbers
in a viewer.
jmc


Mark E Witherite wrote:
> 
> Hi Everyone
> I've been assigned to design a simple flex circuit. The problem is it will
> be 110 X 3.75 inches long. Is there a way to work around the
> 100 X 100 inch maximum work area? Any suggestions would be greatly
> appreciated.
> Cheers
> 
> Mark Witherite
> Sr Research Technologist
> Astronomy & Astrophysics
> Penn State University
> 2565 Park Center Blvd
> Suite 200
> State College, PA.  16801
> email [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> telephone 814 865 9839
> fax           814 865 9100
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> 

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