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Convert Eagle-Schematic to Protel 99 ?

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eagle schematic converter

Does somebody know a possibility to import an Eagle4-schematic in Protel 99 (e.g.: export netlists in Eagle via special ULP)?

Any suggestions are welcomed.


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eagle netlist convert

I try export multisim2001 to eagle403, the script dont anything?


I traslate bmp to scr, right now I'm testing eagle 3D povray.

somebody help. a little any or more.


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exporting eagle library to protel

If you could export your netlist file (*.net) into (Tango) format, Follow these steps to convert your sch. file into a routable PCB one:

1- Import the .net file into your design root window.
2- Create a new PCB file.
3- Draw a closed rectangle onto the keepout layer, which represents the boarders of your PCB.
4- click on Design--> Load nets, the click Browse and choose the imported
.net file.
5- if your components footprints are all available on libraries that are currently loaded in RAM, You must see your pcb which in turn needs to be placed anr routed.

Please PM me if you need any further infos. :wink:

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