Vector-based software templates (for stompboxes)

Digital tools for electronic work: software for pcb design, schematic drawing, circuit simulation, parts inventory tools, ...
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lucky me :applause: :applause:

nice thread, very usefull :applause: :applause:

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Hey I just stumbled upon this, it looks like you can't fit batteries under the 3pdt switches on the B enclosures. Is this correct?

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Post by Mr. G. »

Seiche wrote:Hey I just stumbled upon this, it looks like you can't fit batteries under the 3pdt switches on the B enclosures. Is this correct?
If you're asking about my components.pdf layouts, then no, I don't have them setup for battery use, as I don't use them. Anyone could easily adjust the file for more room if needed. It's just a matter of opening the PDF in a vector based graphics program (Inkscape is a good and free program for this), and move the components around to wherever you want.

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okay, just wanted to get a confirmation that i assumed correctly, thanks! :thumbsup
Nevertheless that PDF file is really cool, and as I have Inkscape, it shouldn't be a problem modifying it for my needs :)

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