Hi Jason,

No idea about the size limit, but does your assembly house require the poly 
planes included?

Emanuel

Jason Morgan wrote:

> 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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