Hi,

Due to some weirdness at our assembly house, they can't accept a normal pick
and place file.

They want a Protel ASCII PCB file, which they then import and create the
necessary data for their machinery.

This has been OK up 'till now, with an output file format of 35MByte.

A recent variant of our product has increased this due to more poly planes.
Now we get an error message
"File is too large" on doing FILE/SaveAs with ASCII file format, when we
look at the (partial) file that has been created, its 56MByte.

Is this limit on ASCII PCB files something we can get round, or is it a hard
limit?


Thanks for any advice in advance....

Jason.


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