First time using Eagle, so I'm not all that familiar with it yet. It seems to be more of a PITA than anything.
I've got the pads drawn and in a dxf format. Which I used for my prototype milling machine, but now I'm wanting to actually have boards made for production.
I am able to draw out the standard pad layout which is in a circle but I'm not able to create larger pads for some of them to fill the circle. I attached the brd file showing the basic layout of the smd pads. 4 pads per device at an angle on the circle divided into sections see the .dxf file.
Here's a rough drawing. The part in green is where I want to make the current SMD pads extend to. Sorry the drawing was done in MS paint since I can't seem to get this done in EC. The parts will make the connections, and the larger SMD pad will be for heat dissipation. The second picture is what the actual pads look like. I would like to keep the original Solder mask of the original smd pads, so the new pads get mostly covered.
I hope this makes sense, like I sad this is my first project, and first time using eagle cad.
Forums wouldn't let me post the DXF file.