With KiCad, and I suppose any design package, you need to know the physical size of the components. So hopefully, the following is not off-topic. Most component choice results in a decision on component size, and that will affect the layout and physical arrangement. If I do a PCB design in KiCad
In Schematic, the Capacitor (Polarised) - known as CP is a symbol that I am not familiar with. It's a dark box inside a sort of shield. Is the dark box +ve? - Thanks.
VCC is there in powers I can't find -VCC in Powers. Can I make one somehow? Thank you!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org, j3r3m3l33 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can someone point me to a footprint to import into Kicad that is for a 10W
curve: About 4 hours or so. On Saturday 27 October 2007 18:17:22 jeremy wrote: Thanks. I've muddled through that. How do I make a 3D model and link it to the footprint?
This will help you with Python: http://www.diveintopython.org/ On Friday 09 November 2007 10:45:43 pixostat wrote: Hello everybody! I'm new user on kicad-users. I use KiCad from last few months, now its time to start using scripts wrotten in Python. I downloaded latest TTConv package,