Dual Sided Connection Pad + Through Hole
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thetemplar 6 months ago
Hello, I am trying to design a Dual Sided Connection Pad + Through Hole: [https://easyeda.com/thetemplar/test_pad](https://easyeda.com/thetemplar/test_pad) Problem is, It wont let me connect a wire to the through hole. How can I make this to work? The "part" I created for the pad is this: [https://easyeda.com/component/0a9a15cd67084073a683ccc746d09eab](https://easyeda.com/component/0a9a15cd67084073a683ccc746d09eab) It contains two copper areas (one for each side) and a pad/through hole. ![image.png](//image.easyeda.com/pullimage/KzBdABbqN7jZ7Fz3L2pBBCI1OXlWnIl8YGIriM20.png)![image.png](//image.easyeda.com/pullimage/NjaCJ7sLIUgFGwFRiHmY1SmvqwcqfKKJGdGQdC1L.png)![image.png](//image.easyeda.com/pullimage/rMpanFrRnJW373ZyanCdtBg6QUlHddIsaP9ahM8O.png)
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UserSupport 6 months ago
You need to set them net as the same, otherwise, you need to set routing conflict as Ignore ![图片.png](//image.easyeda.com/pullimage/qkZasnQG6SkgRztAQ3wj4WTg6HMHlb7MEvKisMBE.png)
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andyfierman 6 months ago
Please also see: [https://easyeda\.com/forum/topic/How\_does\_the\_Connect\_Pad\_to\_Pad\_tool\_work\_\-JgQO0Ay7H](https://easyeda.com/forum/topic/How_does_the_Connect_Pad_to_Pad_tool_work_-JgQO0Ay7H)
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g3gg0.de 5 months ago
hi, isn't this configurable in the "part" itself? e.g. when you want to place several of those like a hundred or so. regards
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andyfierman 5 months ago
@g3gg0.de, If you need lots of copies of this sort of structure then the best way to do is to create a  PCB Footprint using the PCB Lib Editor. For more, see (2.3) in: [https://easyeda\.com/andyfierman/Welcome\_to\_EasyEDA\-31e1288f882e49e582699b8eb7fe9b1f](https://easyeda.com/andyfierman/Welcome_to_EasyEDA-31e1288f882e49e582699b8eb7fe9b1f)
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g3gg0.de 5 months ago
@adyfierman thanks for your reply. thats exactly what i did\, but i can \*not\* set the same net/pin for the via\. now i have two pads (top/bottom) with the pin number 1 assigned and an "alien" via. when the part was placed, i can set the net for the via to e.g. GND, +5V etc etc for all parts. but when updating the PCB due to a change in the schematic, it sets the via's net to nothing / empty again. so the question is, how to set a net/pin for a via in the PCB lib editor. thanks
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andyfierman 5 months ago
Can you post the url of your Footprint? The problem may be that you have used vias and/or solid regions rather than pads. The difference being that pads can be assigned pads numbers whereas vias and solid regions cannot. * Anything in a PCB Footprint that does not have a pad number will throw a DRC error.
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g3gg0.de 5 months ago
sure! [https://easyeda\.com/editor\#id=ad88c528e1c544508ef76f9847c4f39a\|8f73e669df28445c84654b7db68ea1c5\|72c10fb63f914fc5911bc6b6066b479f\|\!c68651c8197647438de6d865a579ce5f\|\!a9f1bdc9283c45bfbf1e6fa9b445f895](https://easyeda.com/editor#id=ad88c528e1c544508ef76f9847c4f39a|8f73e669df28445c84654b7db68ea1c5|72c10fb63f914fc5911bc6b6066b479f|!c68651c8197647438de6d865a579ce5f|!a9f1bdc9283c45bfbf1e6fa9b445f895) the name of the PCB lib is "PAD"
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g3gg0.de 5 months ago
@andyfierman and as you correctly said, i used a via. okay then i will try using a pad (from the terms i indeed wanted a via, not a THT pad)
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g3gg0.de 5 months ago
@andyfierman thanks for the hint. there seems no chance to use vias. using a THT hole instead of a via works.
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andyfierman 5 months ago
FYI, a bit more background: [https://easyeda.com/forum/topic/How-to-place-multiple-vias-in-a-PCB-footprint-a34cf68d58414138898a56de60abd8c1](https://easyeda.com/forum/topic/How-to-place-multiple-vias-in-a-PCB-footprint-a34cf68d58414138898a56de60abd8c1)
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