I want to do a new project that connects to a USB Type C plug.
My ECAD software for this project is Autodesk Eagle and I want to fabricate
it with SeeedStudio Fusion.
It’s intended to use the Wurth 632712000112. The required component
footprint has a rectangular protrusion with a small radius inside.
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I am unsure about the design of the board so that it can be manufactured
Some key information:
The rectangle protrudes 1.2mm and is 1.3mm wide.
The inside corner radius is 0.3mm.
My thought to manufacture is:
1- slot has a minimum of 1mmx1mm , the red rectangle indicates a slot but
will be wider in real life
2- the orange circle represents a hole of diameter 0.3mm
together 1 and 2 will give me the required protrusion.
Please let me know if this will work with your PCB manufacture and whether
there is a better way to achieve the same goal.
Additionally- This connector has pitch 0.5mm with a pad width of 0.3mm
(spacing of 0.2mm). I assume I need the “Minimum Solder Mask Dam” of 0.1mm
and not the default 0.4mm?