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From: "Bill Sloman"
Subject: Re: I am interested in making AutoTRAX EDA open source.
Date: Wed, 1 Jan 2003 16:22:02 +0100
Organization: Planet Internet
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"Ilija Kovacevic" wrote in message
> Schematic capture/simulation/pcb/vizualization software.
> I am interested in making AutoTRAX EDA open source. Are there any
> developers interested?
> AutoTRAX is a complete, fully featured and totally free electronics design
> system which includes schematic capture, simulation, PCB design, 3D
> visualization and CAM. You can take your design from concept via schematic
> capture through to PCB and final manufacture. Drag parts from the parts
> library onto one or more schematic pages, connect them together and add
> virtual instruments such as function generators and oscilloscopes to
> simulate and verify your design. Next use the integral PCB Design Wizard
> create your PCB. Use the auto-layout and auto-router tools to help you
> complete your design. You can use the forward/backward annotation function
> to ensure design synchronization between schematic and PCB. Finally view
> your PCB in 3D before it has even been manufactured and generate Bill of
> Material Files, Gerber plot files and 2D/3D CAD/CAM files.
It is an open source project which has been running for years. The printed
circuit layout side of the project has yet toget off the ground
and they recommend PCB
I'm sure they would like to talk to you.
Strictly speaking this sounds more like a sci.electronics.cad subject. I've
not lurked there for a couple of years now, but the most recent thread
doesn't suggest that they have much interest in Linux or open source.
Bill Sloman, Nijmegen
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