Pretty, don't you think?
Furthermore: During the design process, you can zoom in on any part of the design. Resolution is never a problem....
The artwork above is the on-screen version of the design for a circuit board for using Arduinos in schools. It is the nth generation of a board that I first made in about 1980. In those days, I was protecting the digital input/ output pins on a port from a SWTP 6800 personal computer. One of the very first... it was before Apple, way before the IBM PC.
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