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Open source PCB ruler

Posted on Monday, January 13th, 2014 in PCBs by DP

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Hemal Chevli has designed this open source PCB ruler, that is available at Github:

PCB ruler with different foot prints , SMD proto-typing area, tables, various AWG size holes and inches and cm scale.

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4 Responses to “Open source PCB ruler”

    • eLLi says:

      Ditto. As a ruler, uRuler is better in almost evert aspect. This one does not have the zero point at edge of the ruler and is less than 10cm in length. Also, i find the the reference charts/conversion tables on the uRuler to be more useful in day-to-day use than a depiction of some footprints.

  1. Asm says:

    Wow, that is so not useful. I’m impressed.

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