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Subject: Update to glossary

Date: 06/27/00 at 8:40 PM
Posted by: Rich Hotaling
E-mail: cadd062@hotmail.com
Message Posted:

Hello Fellow pcb people... I want to request
the following be added to the glossary..

especially for the board designers...

SNIGLET: A piece of trace created while backtracking
a route, usually using particularly expensive CAD tools..(eg. Mentor Graphics board station)that won't
and can't be removed no matter what you do. Frequently
happens when someone is looking over your shoulder,during times of particularly stressful
pcb designs, or when an over-zealous QA person is looking at your board and says with a snotty look on their face "what the hell is THAT!"

submitted,
Richard Hotaling,
Contractor PCB
"You-name-it-I've-worked-there"


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