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PARTS LIBRARY: 85×56 credit card sized standard PCB template

Posted on Tuesday, July 10th, 2012 in Eagle, library by DP

There’s now a 85mm x 56mm credit card sized standard PCB template in our Eagle parts library. Thanks to TonyD for the suggestion.

These standard board templates to take the hassle out of pretty edges and consistent mounting hole placement. We’ve been using them for a few months, and quietly lasered a few test cases that fit our favorite size (60mm x 37mm). More on this soon.

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2 Responses to “PARTS LIBRARY: 85×56 credit card sized standard PCB template”

  1. Jindra Vavruska says:

    Hello, credit card size is actually 54 x 86 (53.98 x 85.6 mm) but it is not so important. Except if you did use the template for some smd-populated gadget, it would stand out of your pile of favorite credit cards, club cards and loyalty cards :-)

  2. Nick says:

    Please, tell how to make own pcb size part library/

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