From: Ingraham, Andrew (Andrew.Ingraham@compaq.com)
Date: Wed Jan 10 2001 - 13:45:29 PST
The thieving I have often seen uses small squares in a cross-hatch pattern
so the corners of the squares just about touch (I don't know if they
actually touch). This gives you about 50% coverage in the area with the
Small circles could increase the coverage to beyond 50% without having
adjacent circles actually touching, if that is important to you.
You can control how close the thieving pads come to your critical surface
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