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Recommended footprints - any website?

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kkdelabaca

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ssop8 footprint

Hello,

somebody knows a Web where recommend the footprints of the components? (sot23, PLCC, 1206, ...)

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Re: Recommended footprints

kkdelabaca said:
Hello,

somebody knows a Web where recommend the footprints of the components? (sot23, PLCC, 1206, ...)

Regards!


Find a part that uses the foot print and look at the data sheets from the manufacturer most times there is a recomended foot print

pd
 

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Re: Recommended footprints

Hi Here are some documents that I have don't think it is still on internet since I am not able to find a link for it anymore that is why I post it here.

Always check your component datasheets since sometimes the chips don't have the same footprint as your lib. ssop 8 is not always the same between different vendors.

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Re: Recommended footprints

Thanks PaulHolland & phonedrop,

indeed some times I have found the footprint in the datasheet.

You know some names of the manufacturers who put the recommended footprint in the datasheet?


For example: http://www.irf.com/package/pkdstdrec.html

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Re: Recommended footprints

here is what i've found long time ago
Hope this will help you
 

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