> -----Original Message-----
> From: Danny Bishop [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>...
> I wonder what conclusion we can draw from any potential
> benefits of using a thick trace for a tricky trace, but
> thinning it down when required to get through tight
> spots?

I suppose that might depend on how one thins the trace. Under certain
conditions, I think such a thinning might very well result in an
unanticipated reflective interface. That is, if one doesn't take UltraCad's
analysis as canon, IMO, a safer thinking process than simply bleating a path
to success ;^)

aj



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