Snap EDA & TE Connectivity

TE Connectivity releases over 25,000 new digital models in collaboration with SnapEDA

Engineers can now easily design-in a wide variety of components with free symbols & footprints

The idea came from Natasha Baker (pictured right) who started Snap EDA to address the market of delivering PCB library components to engineers quickly and cost effectively.

 

The website gives a library of parts in it’s database, a design hub from semiconductor manufacturer’s, a diagnostics tool for checking library parts and a community to share key topics with other engineers. natasha-baker-e09d3bd73a63

With this new collaboration, designers can now download free printed circuit board (PCB) footprints and symbols for TE components instantly, saving them days of time so they can focus on product optimization and innovation.

With this new collaboration, designers can now download free printed circuit board (PCB) footprints and symbols for TE components instantly, saving them days of time so they can focus on product optimization and innovation.

 


 

Screenshots of SnapEDA working with the new TE Connectivity library can be seen here and the slick, easy functions will make integrating part into libraries much easier than traditional methods.

 

1 - TE Symbols _ Footprints on SnapEDA2 - Start Designing with TE Connectivity Parts3 - Search thousands of TE part models on SnapEDA4 - Free 3D models from TE.com

 


 

The models are compatible with Altium, OrCAD, Allegro, Eagle, PADS, DXDesigner, and KiCad.

Snap EDA was founded by Natasha to bring the PCB library to the designer and help them save time creating library parts.

Progress on increasing SnapEDA’s offering has grown rapidly the collaboration with TE is the latest collaboration which also included offering footprints to Menotor’s PADS tool last year.

Have a look at the website – www.snapeda.com have a look and see if they can transform library creation for you.

 

© Circuit Mechanix 2018

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