Peter- The libraries that come with Protel are way out of date. It's
pretty easy to build new parts. I've built all the parts for my boards,
several hundred components, plus add more all the time. You need to get
into the library and learn it, but once you do it's fairly
straightforward.

Bruce Northrop




-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Moreton [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Monday, May 17, 2004 7:48 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PEDA] TO-263 and TO-220 footprints?


Hi, I am trying to create a simple PCB using Protel 99SE, and am nearly
there, but cannot seem to find footprints for an LM2940 regulator in a
TO-263 package, and a MC7806 regulator in a TO-220 (horizontal) package.
Surely these commonly used footprints already exist in the PCB
libraries?

I'm tearing my hair out (what's left of it!) - & about to redesign the
PCB in Eagle!

Thanks in advance!


                
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