Questions about the BatchPCB service
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I do believe batch PCB uses Gold Phoenix for fabrication and I've ordered panels from them on my own with milling data present (.mil layer) but it seems that I can't upload my file and get past the "BatchPCB is locking down" message. I have a PCB mount pot with "claws" that needs a pad drilled in a shape that's longer then it is wide—not round in other words. If I can't use the milling layer for this, does anyone have a suggestion of how to do this and meet the Batch PCB file requirements?
So according to batch PCB customer support, the answer is no. Very disappointing as I know this is something that's easily supported by the board house for no additional charge. Does anyone have a suggestion as to how (in Eagle CAD) I can create a pad with a rectangular drill to accommodate my part?