You can prioritize polygon pour order, hide them to.

A polygon pour is dynamic and is able to change its shape.

On a signal layer, you can place a solid polygon pour to define an area for carrying large power supply currents, or as a ground-connected area for providing. In its properties, change it from Top layer to Top Solder layer.

Click on the Solid Polygon Options button for additional settings.

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As Rohat suggested, keep-out primitives set by the shape of the board is the preferred way to do this.

This page details the improvements included in the initial release of Altium Designer 23, as well as those added in subsequent updates. Once open, go to the left side of the menu and select “PCB Editor > Defaults”. Tips.

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May 16, 2018 · It looks like you're making a big polygon, and then using a keepout line within the polygon to define the actual shape you want filled.

A polygon pour is a group design object that is made up of simpler primitive objects.

May 15, 2021 · 05-15-2021, 04:39 PM. Nov 13, 2020 · Easily show or hide nets and jumpers in the PCB Editor Polygon Pour Shelving and Repour (T + G Keys) A lot of the projects I work on need polygons, either because we are using it for power rail routing, for ground (as a plane or as a pour for coplanar lines), or because I need it for a printed RF element.

Polygon pours are used to create copper geometries on your board. .

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Nov 13, 2020 · Easily show or hide nets and jumpers in the PCB Editor Polygon Pour Shelving and Repour (T + G Keys) A lot of the projects I work on need polygons, either because we are using it for power rail routing, for ground (as a plane or as a pour for coplanar lines), or because I need it for a printed RF element.

Hi All, I am Intermediate in Altium Designer, Currently i am working on a design which is 6 Layers, when i pour the polygon on bottom and other signal layers using solid fill option its properly pouring, but when i pour polygons on top layer the solid fill option is not working ,if anyone had this type of issue in Altium. . This will only work if the net tie and the polygon pour have the same net name, so make sure the polygon pour has the same name as the net tie (in connected to net.

It's really driving me nuts by now, I created a new PCB project and it seems to fill/pour in everything nicely. Hatched Polygon Options - click to set up the hatched polygon such as the grid size, track width, minimum primitive length, and removing dead copper when. . Summary. There could be a few reasons why polygons won't pour: 1.

But this is the first time I've come across this issue, when using polygon pour fuses all the traces together and what I get is this.

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Tips.

Delete the cutout and place the desired polygon; set pour order on the manager so it pours first.

Shortcut (as everything in Altium has a shortcut): Right-click, N, H.

May 16, 2018 · It looks like you're making a big polygon, and then using a keepout line within the polygon to define the actual shape you want filled.