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Part for Eagle
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Part for Eagle

by flounder on Sat Oct 16, 2021 4:30 am

I am about to design a custom board into which I will plug a Feather Huzzah (#3405) and a few other parts. I want to lay down sockets for these parts. This means I want a socket template for an ESP32 Feather Huzzah. I don't need the complete board layout, just a "part" which I can drop in the schematic to wire up, and then place it on the PCB. I will solder a socket in, and plug the Huzzah into that socket. Even going to the download section and going to GitHub doesn't help, because I can't figure out what to do next to get a part into Eagle. Some pointers would be useful. I normally use GitHub by way of Eclipse, Visual Studio, or Visual Studio Code, and they handle all the grottiness for me.

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Re: Part for Eagle

by mikeysklar on Mon Oct 18, 2021 5:16 pm

@flounder,

Have you used Eagle for other PCB designs?

You might find it easier to use Fritzing to import the Huzzah32 for the PCB socket if you are making a basic PCB.

https://github.com/adafruit/Fritzing-Li ... ather.fzpz

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