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I just wanted some input before sending this off for manufacture. It is for a test fixture and just has a funny circuit. Even though it seems relatively straight forward, it took a bit of finagling.

I used SMD pads/testpoints to make a place for the voltage to be tested and made large rectangles that will be supplied with 1.5 volts. Should I be concerned about a voltage drop across the large rectangles? Also just looking for any other fishyness. Here's also a series of pictures of the different layers and how it comes out on 3d viewer.

Thanks for your time.


Here's the large copper rectangles in question, this board is about 6in tall by 7 in wide to give some perspective

Here's the large copper rectangles in question, this board is about 6in tall by 7 in wide to give some perspective


Here's the mask layer

Here's the mask layer


Here's a 3d view of it

Here's a 3d view of it


Here's a closer picture of a portion of the 3d view just to give further detail

Here's a closer picture of a portion of the 3d view just to give further detail

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    \$\begingroup\$ That's a strange board to be sure. Any voltage drop will be concentrated in those very small feed lines, not the copper fills themselves. \$\endgroup\$ – Hearth Apr 25 at 0:32
  • \$\begingroup\$ Thanks for the input. Maybe I'll widen them up a bit. Some of my choices are just based on design constraints, some are based upon my abilities with the program. \$\endgroup\$ – Gurr Apr 25 at 16:01

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