Wiring together your parts in AutoTRAX is simple and fun. Also modifying the position of your parts is super easy.
This video shows you how to modify a part by saving it to the library, editing the part in the library and then dragging the modified part over your original part.
This video show you an update of progress in the development of the AutoTRAX schematic auto-router.
This video shows how easy it is to route you schematics with AutoTRAX. It demonstrates adding a resistor and connecting into your design. It also shows some addition routing.
This video demonstrates the power of the schematic router in AutoTRAX. It will save you hours of work and is really fun to use.
This video shows you how AutoTRAX automatically generated the mouse-bites and cutouts needed for Break-Away Tabs in panelizard PCBs.
This video show you how easy it is to add Fiducial Marks to a PCB using AutoTRAX
This video show how to quickly panelize your PCB in AutoTRAX so you can save loads of money when it comes to having it made.
This video show you how to use the Navigator in AutoTRAX to quickly and easily find the parts in your design. This works for both schematics and PCBs.
This short video show you how in AutoTRAX you can quickly locate symbol terminals by pad name/pin number. This is very handy with large pin count devices.
This video shows you 2 different ways of adding images to your comments in the AutoTRAX users forum.
This video show you how you can change component values, such as the value of a resistor, and see the simulation result change in real-time.
This video show you how virtual instruments work on your schematics with real-time simulation.
This video show how you can quickly round the corners of all your tracks and pads as well as add teardrops to your PCB.
This video shows you how to automatically add rounded corners to all your tracks in your PCB. It is embarrassingly easy to do; just drag a slider from left to right.
In AutoTRAX, you can automatically round all the tracks on your PCB design. This is done very easily by simply clicking on a menu button and the change will automatically be applied.
This video shows you how to split up a single symbol into multiple symbols that more clearly represent the functionality of a device in your schematic.