PCB Design

Altium Designer

Printed Circuit Boards are the central nervous system for every electronic product. The backbone of every great PCB design is the tools and talent of the designer. That’s why we take PCB design so seriously. Altium Designer combines precision, usability, Native 3D, and collaboration to enable engineers and designers to get complex PCB designs done right, the first time.

Sprint-Layout 5.0

Sprint-Layout - this software is getting more and more famous in the last years. If you need a software to design your PCB’s easy and fast, you can’t get away from Sprint-Layout! Many thousand satisfied users can’t be mistaken - Sprint-Layout with its marvellous usage is simply unbeatable! There is no unnecessary “ballast” which makes it difficult to keep the overview or which makes the usage almost impossible. Because of the logical and understandable structure of Sprint-Layout the usage is very easy to learn. So finally, you can concentrate to the essential thing: Designing and optimizing your PCB-layouts.

WinCircuit 2008

WinCircuit is a software of realization of drawing of printed circuit in single or double layers. Principal qualities are the facility of use and the sight in pseudo 3D which gets a vision of the circuit close to reality. At the time of the installation, you have the choice between three languages, English, Spanish or French.

Advanced Circuits

Our software is not only easy to use, it is absolutely the best available! Our customers tell us this over and over again! One of the reasons they love doing business with us is because of our PCB design software. When it comes to printed circuit board design, we help you get it done right, and that saves you time and money down the line.

KiCad

KiCad is an EDA software suite for the creation of professional schematics and printed circuit boards up to 32 copper layers with additional technical layers. KiCad runs on Windows, Linux and Apple OS X and is released under the open-source GNU GPL v2 free of charge. If you like KiCad or are making a good living using KiCad in your toolset, you should consider donating funds used for development. CERN has put up a place to collect donations which will be used directly to support a developer.

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