QR code generator script for Eagle

Posted on Saturday, October 1st, 2011 in PCBs by Ian

2D barcodes in Eagle:

As i was preparing some boards for manufacturing (perhaps a 7400 entry) I thought it would be fun to partake in Itead’s OpenPCB program. But that requires me to have some identifying mark on my board and I thought a QR code would be perfect.

Thanks honken! Via the forum.

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3 Responses to “QR code generator script for Eagle”

  1. smlme says:

    hi ,does this script written in .NET ?As beginner in qr code programming ,I just cant figure out this component is working or not. .any suggestion.

  2. edwosewe says:

    You want script for creating QR Code in .NET. See the:

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