CircuitBee schematic-tube

Posted on Saturday, July 23rd, 2011 in News, site by the machinegeek

Ben Delarre writes to inform us of his new online library/archiving service for schematics:

I’ve recently released CircuitBee which is a bit like YouTube, only for electronic schematics.

It lets you upload KiCAD (or Eagle with the help of an export script) format schematics to our service, which then creates a web-embeddable version of them for you to add to your forum/blog/website.

Lots more info at the CircuitBee website.

We hope to make it easier than ever to talk about schematics, show designs, annotate them for modifications etc. Hopefully this can make the electronics community even better.

Via the contact form.

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