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2stl

Aug 18, 2010, 07:43 pm Last Edit: Aug 18, 2010, 08:00 pm by 2stl Reason: 1
Hello there.

What is the software that produces this image:

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Thanks in advance.

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2stl

Nice try.

However, fritzing doesn't render these smooth wires. :)

Thanks.

cr0sh

I am pretty sure its not fritzing, unless it was an older copy; fritzing usually uses images for the parts on the breadboard, so the breadboard view looks like a real breadboard with real parts (well, usually).

I think this was done with some other software - but what, I don't know...

:)
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cr0sh

A better question is why you want to know...? I am not sure that using a breadboard diagram to hook things up (for future reference or to show others) is necessarily a good thing (unless perhaps geared toward extreme first-timers).

It is better to get used to (and teach, if that is the point) the relationship between real parts (on a breadboard or PCB) and their relationships to a standard schematic diagram - as early and quickly as possible...

:)
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