I created what you need for 4x0603 (1206) a few weeks back using a
manufacture's guide drawing for pad details.  I am at home and it's late. If
you drop me a message requesting same at [EMAIL PROTECTED] I will send off
1'st thing tomorrow morning (about 9 hours from time of this posting).  Will
also attach the schematic counterpart for it as it is easier to deal with
this sort of multipart component as a device of 4 parts in schematic.
'Annotate' sorts out the details as you are probably already aware.

Regards,
Jim Parr

----- Original Message -----
From: Blandford, Simon [BSS Audio UK] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: 'Protel EDA Mailing List' <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, 20 December 2001 22:25
Subject: [PEDA] 1206 4xresistor network footprint in downloaded libraries.
Where?


> Hi,
>
> Does anyone know which library the footprint for a 1206 size 4x resistor
> network is in and what it is called. I have downloaded just about every
> Protel library I can find, done text searches in the library spreadsheet
for
> keywords "network, "array" and "resistor" and still can't for the life of
me
> find it.
>
> We want to avoid making custom footprints if we can and go with "standard"
> footprints as much as possible.
>
> Regards,
> Simon B.
>
>
> The comments expressed in this email are my own and not necessarily those
of
> my employer.


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