No, I was only curious. It is usually used for noise supression and in home etching to reduce the amount etched. In this case I’m not sure the gains are worth it but they won’t hurt anything if you are willing to do the work to put them in.
Not a big deal (except it breaks the routing). You look to have hit placement bottom in inspector (easy to do when clicking somewhere else) and setting it back to top as it should be fixes the rotation but breaks the routing
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I am planning on using the built in aisler fabrication service, mainly because I don’t have access to, nor have I used another package other than fritzing.
While I’ve heard nothing but good about aisler from the folks here that have used them, the gerbers are standard and can be used to order boards from pretty much any supplier. Some of them are likely cheaper (but also likely less quality) than aisler. I haven’t made a board in years, I use fritzing to document hooking together prebuilt modules on bought from ebay or made on perf board usually so I’m probably a bad one to advise in this case. I have flipped the teensy and will figure out the new routing.