Posts Tagged ‘Altium’

Using Altium for a DirtyPCBs order

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

Jarrett  has written an article describing a technique of using Altium for a DirtyPCBs order: This is a pretty rare combo: using a premium PCB package with the budget board house. Kinda funny. Generally these small run PCB houses provide DRU and CAM files for EAGLE design rule checking and...

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FRDM-KL25Z Arduino headers with Altium

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Erich of MCUonEclipse writes, "In case you are using Altium to design your boards, then this one might be useful for you.  I have have posted the Altium .SchLib and .PcbLib files on GitHub here" Details at MCU on Eclipse.

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Sick of Beige board layouts in Altium

Friday, March 21st, 2014

Check out Zeke's Sick of Beige PCB layouts in Altium: I have finished creating all the SoB pcb sizes now. I put a zip file up that contains the Altium project file plus all the pcbdoc files. Via the forum.

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JuKu’s new Altium NanoBoard FPGA dev-board

Friday, December 16th, 2011

JuKu got his hands on an Altium NanoBoard 3000. It's a FPGA development board that goes with Altium Designer software. You get a choice of Xilinx, Altera, and Lattice FPGAs. One down side is that the license provided for the software expires in a year. This will be the basis...

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