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 I have yet to figure out how to make a part in Eagle. I have downloaded tutorials but, I am not a part artist and can't see to work it out.

 The part I need made for me is the Bosch CJ125 LQFP32. I think the footprint is common but, I would love to have the footprint and have the pins name correctly.

 Here is the link to the PDF, I hope it is enough information for someone to help me.

http://www1.futureelectronics.com/doc/BOSCH/CJ125.pdf

 If anyone is interested the chip is used to control an automotive O2 sensor for exhaust gas sensing. It is called a wideband contoller and it can easily be mated to a 328.

Any help would be appreciated. Let me know if I need to provide more information.
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I tried eagle,... yelled at it then deleted it.

I'm having very quick turnaround using ExpressPCB and ExpressSCH, extremely simple to make new parts.
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  I don't have much problem with making schematics and board but, when it comes to making parts, I just get lost.

 So far I have had to small very basic boards made. However, I have made a ton of "idea" boards drawn up in Eagle.
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I know you said you tried tutorials.  Personally I follow this one every time I make a part.  It covers all the necessary steps and gotchas.

http://www.sparkfun.com/tutorials/110
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 Thanks for the link.

I am giving it another try. I have already went farther using Sparkfun tut. than I have before. It will be nice if I get it figured out.
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I don't know what "tuts" are, but the Sparkfun Eagle tutorials are very good.
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designspark has billions of components in their library's, that one is in there, design spark is a very very easy to use
i also vouch for expresssch.
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  I think I have got my part done correctly. Between the Sparkfun tutorial and and tutorial I found of google, I copied the footprint of an Atmega328 LQFP32 chip and changed the pin names to suit my needs.

 Here is the title of the tutorial that I used for information about coping parts. I found it in Google.
Cadsoft Eagle 4.0 Editor Tutorial
Kevin Bolding
Seattle Pacific University

Thanks for all of the help and suggestions.
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