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Graynomad

All CAD programs are hard to learn, but some are harder than others and I just can't get my head around Eagle. Not that I've tried that hard I suppose because I use another product but I couldn't even pan the screen without usig the scroll bars. Yuk! Is that for real or just me?

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Rob
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gadget9594

i tried fritzing and when i installed  it, it said i need to install something but it didn't tell me

Robin2

Pencil* and paper has a very easy learning curve and has the great advantage of producing understandable schematics - unlike most Fritzing pictures.


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* I saw in another Thread that grown-ups use pens - but I have not advanced that far.
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

Grumpy_Mike

i tried fritzing and when i installed  it, it said i need to install something but it didn't tell me
You had a lucky escape then. Please do not use it. If you do have to use it then please don't post it here.

Nasa

DesignSpark is free from Allied. Can make gerber files to make your own boards.
Nasa
Designing circuits for Makers and IOT
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www.stargazerdatasystems.com

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