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Realistic Rigid-Flex: Design rigid-flex in full 3D and confirm that the 3D components, the housing assemblies, and the PCB set meet all mechanical requirements.

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Keep your customers informed of progress by sharing design snapshots or work in progress, accessible in a web browser, from anywhere, on any device.

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Release your manufacturing and assembly data with confidence and allow your manufacturing partners to view and comment on your manufacturing output data directly in the browser.

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Stay in tune with your mechanical engineering colleagues with management less, management less collaboration, thanks to native integration with SOLIDWORKS, Creo, and Inventor.

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Effective debugging hardware requires access to design. Embedded software engineers can now search, select, and cross-reference schematic, layout, and 3D browsers.

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Remote working is no longer an exception, but the norm. Whether you are at home, at the customer, at the airport, or anywhere in the world, remote work has never been easier.

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Feel the greatest freedom with the ability to share snapshots of your design anonymously with anyone in the world using simple links. What they need is access to the browser, no need to register.

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Altium Designer 24.3.1 Build 35 License Key was designed from the ground up as a unique and robust electronic application development environment that contains all the advanced design tools you need to complete your design project.

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The design starts from a diagram, this is why Altium Designer allows you to define high-tech interfaces and their constraints from the diagram editor.

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Simplify any complicated or multi-channel design into logical elements that can be managed with the Altium Design hierarchical design tool.

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Design the highest quality PCB configuration in no time with Altium Designer’s advanced routing engine which includes several powerful routing options such as walk, push, hug and push, ignore obstacles, push and push, and pairing differential.

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The layer stack manager has been completely updated and reworked, including impedance calculations, material libraries, etc.

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Visualize and interact with your original 3D design with the advanced 3D engine from Altium Designer

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Manage a number of your design variants without having to create a separate project or design version.

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Directly place and migrate electronic components that meet design, availability, and cost requirements through the search for global parametric suppliers.

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Generate and publish your complete design in a simple, easily communicated package with batch output that can be reused in Altium Designer.

What’s new in Altium Designer 24.3.1 Build 35?

(Released on 19-03-2024)


  • In a specific case, copying an existing schematic (with signal harnesses) for use in a new project would result in false ‘conflicting harness definition’ errors after validation.
  • In some cases, the exception “This operation is not supported for a relative URI” would be encountered.
  • The ability to access Font Settings for a placed parameter set, through the Properties panel, would stop working.
  • A netlabel link in a note or text frame would not work if the target netlabel was present on multiple schematic documents in the project.
  • For a specific design, running ‘Update PCB’ multiple times would lead to the ECO repeatedly detecting changes, but applying them to different connector components on the PCB.
  • Sorting by Designator in the Symbol Wizard was not sorting correctly by value, resulting in (for example) ‘1, 10, 11, 2, 3…’ instead of ‘1, 2, 3,…,10, 11’.
  • Pasting a circuit fragment from the Clipboard panel into a schematic would result in an image, rather than the original copied objects.
  • When running the Make Schematic Library command from a schematic using managed components, the error “An item with the same key has already been added” would be encountered.
  • When opening a previous VCS Revision of a schematic from the Storage Manager panel, the error “object reference not set to an instance of an object” would be encountered.
  • After clicking on the ‘Edit Supplier Links’ button in the Part Choices region of the Properties panel, the error “Object reference not set to an instance of an object” would be encountered.


  • Added the ability to define pad corner radius/chamfer as an absolute value.
  • Enhanced the preview and parameter placement for the Sawtooth tuning pattern UI in the Properties panel, to bring greater clarity.
  • When editing certain objects (e.g. polygon pour, via stitching), the blue action bar that appears in the Properties panel would cause all other elements to move downward.
  • For a panelized PCB, the generation of Gerber/Gerber X2 data was incorrect if the ‘Merge regions and pads inside Footprint’ option was enabled.
  • The pad stack naming concerning solder/paste masks in pad/via templates was incorrect.
  • Enhanced error notifications when using the Layout Replication tool, with detection for a missing pin connection in the selected Source Block, with cross-probing to aid in fixing.
  • When running the PCB Layout Replication tool there is now an indication that replication is being performed, with the possibility to cancel out of the process.
  • In some cases, placing a reuse block/snippet in a PCB document (directly or synced from the schematic) would result in an AV (in module ‘ADVPCB.DLL’) being encountered.
  • In some cases when generating ODB++ output through an OutJob, individual polygon pours and regions were being merged as a single surface polygon object.
  • For a specific design, running the Board » Create Primitives From Board Shape command would result in an AV (at address 00007FFBDC93DE96 in module ‘Altium.PCB.DataModel.X.dll’).
  • In some cases, the Interactive Router would occasionally create violations with pads defined with an advanced pad stack.
  • When accessing a design’s layer stack up (Layer Stack Manager) and that stackup contained defined Impedance Profile information, the PCB document (and project) would be marked as modified.
  • When copying TrueType Font text objects between PCB documents, an Access Violation (at address 000000015FCC7460 in module “ADVPCB.DLL”) would be encountered.
  • After clicking Replicate in the PCB Layout Replication dialog, the cursor now indicates ‘in progress’ before the first block is placed (or ready for placement in interactive mode).
  • For a specific design, an Un-Routed Net rule violation was not detected for a hatched polygon, where two polygons with the same net overlapped.
  • The Copper Offset value defined for a Multi-Layer component pad was removed when flipping the component to the bottom layer.

Constraint Manager:

  • A new Diff Pairs tab is now available from the Electrical constraints view, for explicitly defining and managing Differential Pairs.
  • Added the ability to import constraints from design directives, placed and defined on your schematic source documents.
  • It was possible to add/remove layers for clearances (from the Clearances and Physical views) while in ‘View Only’ mode.
  • When adding a new net class to an xNet on the Physical tab, the wrong icon (xNet) was being used. Additionally, the wrong icon (Net) was then being used for the xNet.
  • A Creepage rule can now be specified when defining electrical clearances between classes of nets and/or differential pairs using the matrix in the Clearances view.
  • If one of the nets in a different pair was removed from the schematic, the error “The given key was not present in the dictionary” would be encountered in the Constraint Manager’s Physical view.
  • Changes to a PCB’s layer stack were not detected by the Constraint Manager, resulting in the Refresh button remaining disabled.
  • Added support to the clearance matrix for multi-editing within a selected row/column.
  • Changing Units within the Constraint Manager was not being saved, reverting to defaults (used by either schematic or PCB) when closing and reopening the Constraint Manager.
  • In some cases when working with the Constraint Manager, the exception “An item with the same key has already been added” would be encountered.
  • In some cases when working with the Constraint Manager, the exception “The given key was not present in the dictionary” would be encountered.


  • Added the ability to change resolution for a placed Board Realistic View, when creating a manufacturing drawing for a PCB design (*.PCBDwf).
  • In a PCBDwf document, the Isometric View had incorrect dimension values compared to those of the Assembly View. (Requires re-import from PCB and replacement of dimensions).
  • In some cases when selecting a placed comment, the exception “Object reference not set to an instance of an object” would be encountered.
  • With a BOM Table selected, the visibility (eye) icon, on the Columns tab of the Properties panel, was stretched disproportionately.
  • In some cases when deselecting a region object, the exception “Object reference not set to an instance of an object” would be encountered.
  • With a BOM Table selected, it was not possible to edit an Alias cell on the Columns tab of the Properties panel.

3D-MID Design:

  • The Parameters listing in the Properties panel have been cleaned up to remove those not applicable to a 3D-MID document (*.PcbDoc3D).
  • The Health Check tab of the Properties panel has been cleaned up to remove those elements that do not apply to a 3D-MID document (*.PcbDoc3D).
  • Regions are now respected by connection line visualization.

Harness Design:

  • Added visibility and locking controls for the Length parameter, in the Properties panel for a selected bundle object on a Layout Drawing.
  • For a Layout Drawing View placed in a HarDwf document and where the Physical models for connectors are displayed, it is now possible to add callouts displaying the cavities.
  • With a harness connector selected on the Wiring Diagram or Layout Drawing, clicking the Edit Supplier Links button in the Properties panel did not give access to the Supplier Links dialog.
  • The Length column in the ActiveBOM and BOM Table (HarDwf) now presents the total length for wire and cable rather than individual lengths.
  • In the Harness Draftsman document, the Length column in a Wiring List and Connection Table now shows the wire length for each wire in a cable.
  • Added ability to specify a crimp/seal/plug or other cavity part for each required pin of a Harness Component in the Wiring Diagram.
  • The overall length for a cable in a BOM Table placed in a Harness Draftsman document would show zero when its constituent wires terminated at different ends.
  • All bundles containing wires from a split cable are now highlighted on the Layout Drawing when the cable is selected (in the Bundle Objects region of the Properties panel).
  • Added support for the Twist designator to the Wiring List in a Harness Draftsman document.
  • Added support for the presentation of seals, plugs, and other cavity parts, in a Wiring List and Connection Table placed in a Harness Draftsman document.
  • In the Harness Draftsman document, the ‘Board Detail View’ has been renamed to ‘Harness Detail View’.


  • In some cases, the exception “Unable to cast COM object of type “System.__ComObject” to interface type “RT_LicenseManagement.ILMUserInfo” would be encountered.
  • In some cases when preparing a project for release using the Project Releaser, GDI handle usage would become very high and sometimes lead to Altium Designer crashing.
  • To make it easier to ‘grab’ a pinned/unpinned panel’s edge for resizing, the width of the vertical strip (‘splitter’) has been increased to 6px.
  • In some cases, an Access Violation (at address 000000140013806A in module “X2.exe”) would be encountered.
  • From the new License Management page, when attempting to use the legacy Private License Server or a specific standalone license, an error would be encountered.

Data Management:

  • In an OutJob, when attempting to preview a Print Job with 2+ outputs assigned, an AV (at address 000000010EA95777 in module “WorkspaceManager.DLL”) would be encountered.
  • Added support to ActiveBOM for a range of checks based on SiliconExpert parameters, available in the ‘Violations Associated with Part Choices’ category of the BOM Checks dialog.
  • When exporting comments to PDF, the status for resolved simple comments (those not assigned as ‘tasks’) is now included in the export.
  • Added support for custom pricing to be presented, where applicable, in ActiveBOM and all places where Part Choices are accessed.
  • When using the Components panel’s file-based libraries search feature, it was not possible to filter or sort the search results for footprints.
  • When creating a symbol as part of a component (through the Component editor), its defined Description was being replaced by a copy of its Name, when saving the component to the Workspace.
  • The text ‘each’ has been removed from the presented price, in all places where Part Choices can be accessed.
  • Running the ‘Update Whole Project’ command resulted in the Git error “conflict prevents checkout”, when a document with the same name (not under VCS) existed in the local project’s folder.
  • For a specific PCB design project, opening its ActiveBOM document would result in a “List index out of bounds” error being encountered.
  • An error would be encountered when attempting to group columns on the Search tab of the Explorer panel.
  • When attempting to download a specific component (in a particular Workspace) from the Explorer panel, an Access Violation (in module ‘X2.EXE’) would be encountered.
  • When downloading a component from the Manufacturer Part Search panel as a ‘File Library’, the compiled IntLib is now included as part of the Zip file.
  • For a specific design, attempting to open its associated ActiveBOM document would result in the error “Definition not found: se-lead-free” being encountered.
  • When creating/editing a component, if all footprints and part choices were removed and a new part choice added, the Use Component Data dialog would open with an error.
  • When creating/editing a component (in Single Component Editing mode), not all defined Component Templates for the connected Workspace were available on the Template drop-down menu.
  • With the UseServerItemHRIDGenerator option enabled, attempting to release a new Reuse Block to the connected Workspace would result in the error “Failed to get new HRID from server”.


  • In some cases, the error “Teigha.Runtime.Exception: eNotThatKindOfClass” would be encountered.
  • When importing an Xpedition design using the Import Wizard, support has been added for pad corner radius/chamfer defined as an absolute value.
  • When importing a specific Zuken CR-5000 PCB, the board shape was not being imported into the generated PcbDoc.
  • Defined pad hole tolerances are now included when importing an Xpedition library.
  • Added support for ‘Round Donut’ pad shapes defined in a footprint when importing an Xpedition library.
  • In some cases when importing an Xpedition library, the sizing of component pin numbering text on the top silkscreen/overlay was not the same as the source.
  • When importing a specific xDX Designer library, some component symbols were not visible (very small) in the resulting SchLib.
  • Added support for zero-width lines defined for a footprint on the Placement Outline layer when importing an Xpedition library.
  • When importing an Xpedition library, NO-SP (No Solder Paste) footprints were being generated containing solder paste.
  • Added support for replicated text strings in footprints (e.g. mounting hole ‘A’s) when importing an Xpedition library. The original string, its replicates, and associated parameters are imported.
  • When importing an xDX Designer library, symbol pins with type ‘Power’ or ‘Ground’ would be incorrectly assigned the ‘Passive’ type in the resulting SchLib.
  • When importing a Zuken CR-5000 PCB, the layer mapping was not getting reset to defaults, instead using the mapping from the previous import.
  • For a specific imported Xpedition library, attempting to change the template used for a selected pad in a particular footprint would result in an empty pad (no shape).

Circuit Simulation:

  • The cross-probing feature between the Sim Data viewer and source schematic documents was no longer functioning.
  • Added the ability to run an analysis of S-parameters (scattering parameters).
  • Added Preferences option ‘Enable Simulation Generic Components library’ to control its visibility in the Components panel and removed it from the Installed tab of Libraries Preferences dialog.
  • Added support for creating a model based on another model, using the LTspice AKO model keyword.
  • Added support for the use of the TEMP keyword in constant parameters, for temperature analysis.
  • When viewing simulation results involving waveform plots, the Y value for the cursor’s coordinates were not reflecting the cursor position, instead showing only the bottom value for the plot.
  • When generating the simulation netlist, all statements within the ‘.control’ block had their initial letter duplicated, causing failed analysis results and warnings.
  • Added the ability to present SPICE models within the Components panel, where such models are located in the SPICE Models folder specified on the Simulation – General page of the Preferences
  • Use of the ‘LPNP’ model in LTspice syntax would result in ‘unknown model’ errors and simulation failure.
  • The pin mapping for the DPDT Relay and SPDT Relay components (in the Simulation Generic Components library) was incorrect.
  • Added a folder of Analog Device’s SPICE models to the Mixed Simulation extension’s installation Library folder (\Extensions\Mixed Simulation\Library\SPICE Models\Analog Devices).
  • In some cases when printing tabular output from the Sim Data viewer, the last row in the table would not be included.

Power Analyzer by Keysight:

  •  When changing the default load value, subsequent analysis of a net would fail, with the ‘Something went wrong’ message being encountered.

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