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Ultiboard11: placing SMD components on both layers

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bwana1

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Which way, if there is one, one can place SMD components on both PCB sides using Multisim11 Ultiboard?
In the case this were not possible, can you please address a suitable PCB capture/editor program?
TIA
 

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i recommend proteus , it is an easy program, or for complex design use altium designer
 
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I don't use Ultiboard but I am sure you can put SMD components on both sides! You don't need some other software.

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You're right, Keith.
I went not as deep as I should into help. Following your suggestion I found there's
a "mirror command" to place the SMD on the opposite layer.
Thanks.
 

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there will be no any problem while placing smd components on both the side of the pcb .it can be done side as well as both the sides.it might be helpfull.
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