Please help with , eagle error!

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Im using an atmega328 and i did the circuit in eagle, but this error keeps propping up net NXXX overlaps pin..

AS i have seen the wire has gone a little into the pin, It was just impossible to make it just touch the pin..

the problem were only for a few pins , others were fine..

Please help..

Heres the schematic,

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Wrong forum!

Anyway ... I don't use Eagle, but I've seen that users having problems like that have pins that are off the grid. You probably need to edit the part and put those pins on the grid with the other pins. If you post the actual schematic someone should be able to check it properly for you.

The schematic is rather untidy - you shouldn't have angled connections, and all ground connections should go downwards.

Better PCB packages like the Pulsonix software I use can make off-grid connections to pins without any problems.

Leon Heller G1HSM

Last Edited: Sun. Feb 27, 2011 - 01:34 PM
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I can see at least J5, LEFTMOTOR and RIGHTMOTOR headers are misplaced.

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Since you didn't highlight what nets are failing, post the sch file.

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i actually tried uploading the actual schematic, but it dint allow .sch files

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well rename it to .txt .jpg or whatever

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Or Zip it.

Leon Heller G1HSM

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This is very simple - just use Alt key when you route. If it still does not touch the leg of IC - press Grid button, make grid smaller (next to "Alt:" field) and try with Alt key again.

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I am an Eagle user, and run into this problem every once in a while. It means that you have ended a wire somewhere on a pin but NOT the end of the pin.

Try dragging the wire sideways (relative to the axis of the pin) and you will see where it is really "attached" (ended). It must be attached only at the end of the pin.

Jim

 

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In addition to Jim's tip, highlight the "net(s)" and check that the pins on that net all go from brown(dark red?) to red(bright red). If a pin does not, then it has not been attached correctly as Jim suggests.

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Thanks a lot , everyone for replying... :) :)

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This is very simple - just use Alt key when you route. If it still does not touch the leg of IC - press Grid button, make grid smaller (next to "Alt:" field) and try with Alt key again.

It worked... Bogdancev, buddy you made my day... thanks a ton :)