I have been working on a simple 2-layer PCB primarily intended for routing various power connections (essentially acting as a power distribution junction) to clean up the cabling in my enclosure.
Great! So I checked the part I wanted (PN: 39-30-1040), verified that the pin pitch and outer dimensions matched and added it to my design. One small issue I noticed before I was about to generate Gerbers... apparently the drill diameter for the pads is wrong?!
From the layout, the drill diameter of the pad is 1.42mm.
Going to the part's CAD drawing, the pin is 1.07mm x 1.07mm (length x width) and the hole layout says 1.80 ± 0.05mm DIA. So is this 'DIA' referring to the actual drill diameter, or the pad diameter? Either way, the pin diagonal is ~1.513mm so would I have been totally screwed had I sent the original for fabrication? What should I do from here to fix this problem?
Yes, I know it's always better to make your own parts for this exact reason... but please bear with me. This is my first board where I haven't had the wonderful support of CAD engineers to make all the footprints and symbols and check this stuff for me :( I'm trying to be a good engineer, though, and make sure I've done the due diligence to the best of my ability.
Also, to piggyback off a related question, is there an official Molex 5569 library?? I would have commented to ask in that question directly but I'm a sad panda who doesn't have enough reputation to comment yet. D:
Thanks for your help!