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Roundup: Free, reliable PCB software for you

19 Mar 2015  | Cabe Atwell

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PCWeb's Designer is one of the more extensive feature packed editors on the net that can be had for free. The software boasts an impressive tool line-up that features Schematic Capture (part placement, wiring/nets, annotations, etc.), PCB (part placement, routing, design rule checking, etc.) and Part Editor (create/define part, add symbols, footprint, etc.). However, it also includes BOM (Bill of Materials). The BOM manager features integrated Digi-Key, allowing users to assign part numbers to each individual part on their PCBs, which shows up in the BOM list with an orderable internet link. There's even a 'cart' icon for ordering an entire assembly of parts, making it incredibly efficient for manufacturers.

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The PCBWeb Designer is for manufacturers and features BOM.

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