Hi Jorge, et. al.
I have produced a PCB and have sent it for check at a board house and they said all is ok. Before committing I wanted to ensure success. Eagle reports 345 errors that are all in TStop layer. The solder mask crosses the silkscreen in many places, however, there is not much I can do about this, it is a tight layout. I have seen some videos on Eagle by Jeremy Blum where he states that most board houses will clean these up and to not worry about those errors.
Should I be concerned or not? I have limited experience and don't want to wait a month to receive defective boards! Your collective thoughts are appreciated in advance.
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