[kicad-users] Re: I need a footprint for a 5W wire-wound rectangular resistor...

2007-10-27 Thread yajeed2000
--- In kicad-users@yahoogroups.com, j3r3m3l33 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can someone point me to a footprint to import into Kicad that is for a 10W wire wound ceramic resistor? It's for the resistors that you see in this photograph:

Re: [kicad-users] Re: I need a footprint for a 5W wire-wound rectangular resistor...

2007-10-27 Thread jeremy
Thanks. I've muddled through that. How do I make a 3D model and link it to the footprint? On Saturday 27 October 2007 17:40:18 yajeed2000 wrote: --- In kicad-users@yahoogroups.com, j3r3m3l33 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can someone point me to a footprint to import into Kicad that is for a 10W

[kicad-users] Re: prototype PCBs

2007-10-27 Thread warrenbrayshaw
Ahh! I always wondered where Sparkfun Electronics got their PCBs made. There they are listed as a partner on the Gold Phoeonix PCB site. Sparkfun is a fair priced, hobbyist focused company. I'm encouraged by this association. I use http://www.goldphoenixpcb.biz/ and so far so good.

Re: [kicad-users] Netlist

2007-10-27 Thread Nilton P. Silva
Hi Peter. You should run the EEchema Annotation before, for automatic numeration. Note that some resistor with value 120k has R? identification, after run this tool, the character ? will be replaced by some sequential number. You can put manually a number in this resistor as well. Bye. Hi,

Re: [kicad-users] Re: I need a footprint for a 5W wire-wound rectangular resistor...

2007-10-27 Thread jeremy
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