Using tracks to define a straight line in your PCB design does not need to be complicated. Tracks are placed on a signal layer to form the electrical interconnections, or routing, between component pads. Tracks placed on a non-electrical layer are called lines. Tracks/Lines are available for placement in Altium Designer in both the PCB Editor and the PCB Library Editor, respectively.
Altium Designer, with over 30 plus years of research and development offers you commands in PCB Editor for placing tracks and PCB Library Editor for placing lines, depending on your design requirements. With this simple and easy-to-use software you can “click” on a track or line command, prompting interactive routing and placement, as it monitors applicable design rules.
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