I have a commercially produced PCB (based on a design I printed on my Voltera) that I want to print solder paste on to mount components.
But I’m currently blocked because of the “helpful” software warning me that one point at “1689um” is dangerously lower than anoither point about 15mm away at “1711um”.
The board is clamped to the voltera as hard as it can be and the board is completely flat. I honestly can’t understand what the danger is or why the tip can’t move up/down 22um over a distance of 15mm to avoid it.
As it happens, I don’t even intend to put paste in either one of these places. So I just want to continue. But the software blocks me permanently until I fix the problem, and AFAIK there’s no way for me to equalize the heights here.
Maybe just let people go forward at their own risk?