Re: {Collins} Schematic drawing software



Steve
I would recommend Design Cad as a good relatively easy to learn 2d drawing program It is in the "almost free" arena at about $50 and has the support of many decades in business With that you can easily create your own library of the parts you need and draw any schematic, electrical wiring, mechanical parts you want. Somehow I sense it may be more what you are actually looking for than schematic capture and pcb layout packages. I have used DC for all my electrical and mechanical documentation since early 1980's. For circuit board layout I use one of the other packages just for that purpose.
Paul K0UYA
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Subject: {Collins} Schematic drawing software


Hi,

Does anyone have thoughts and knowledge of any free electronic schematic drawing software that may be available?
I want to document some circuits.

Thanks,

Steve
KC5WN

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