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TND

Graynomad, you have a point. But the issue is that 01i Is obviously not familiar with this kind of stuff, and if he wants a circuit diagram quick and easy for us to see then fritzing automatically creates one from your breadboard design.
Tom

Graynomad

Yeah there's no easy answer. Learning the proper schematic capture progs is a real pain, no doubt about it. And it could put someone off for life  :)

I haven't used Fritzing, I've looked at the site a few times and it's not made clear that it will generate a schematic. Is that the case?

Later...I've drilled down into a few pages and yes it does seem to export to a schematic (not easy to find though), if that's the case then yes I'd say it's a good way to get started.

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Rob

Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

01i

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Nov 11, 2010, 03:55 pm Last Edit: Nov 11, 2010, 03:57 pm by 01i Reason: 1
Rob,

The version of Fritzing I've downloaded can do breadboard, schematic and PCB.

Although, work on the scanner will now need to wait a few days.

The parts to build my cupcake cnc machine just arrived :)

Should have a better idea of robotics when I finished making it.

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