Open source Arduino shield outline in gEDA

Posted on Wednesday, November 17th, 2010 in Arduino by Ian

Eric writes:

I’ve released an Arduino shield board outline in gEDA format under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. These files can be used as a starting place for creating Arduino shield boards.

Video overlay shield shown.

Don’t forget there is also an Arduino shield outline in the Dangerous Prototypes Eagle parts library (CC-0).

Via the tip line.

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One Response to “Open source Arduino shield outline in gEDA”

  1. Evan Davey says:


    Do you have any plans to release a symbol library for gEDA (similar to your Eagle parts library)? Common libraries seems to be one barrier in people making the switch over.


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