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Stripboard Magic

Discussion in 'CAD' started by [email protected], Jul 24, 2004.

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  1. Guest

    My daughter would like to use "Stripboard Magic" for some upcoming
    course work but I have lost my copy. I have tried searching on the net
    but to no avail so if anyone could tell me where I can get a copy I
    would be obliged.

    Thanks S.T.
  2. Leon Heller

    Leon Heller Guest

    I think the company went under a couple of years ago.

  3. Geo

    Geo Guest

  4. Guest

    Thanks for the link Geo.
    Its a shame the company went down the program is a god send to
    hobbiest people.

    Thanks everyone S.T.

  5. If it could only read netlists from other programs. It would be nice to
    have, say, parts of a larger project quickly placed on a veroboard to do
    some testing on the labtop before sending the stuff to production.

    And there are many different types of veroboards out there, would be
    nice to be able to autoplace and autoroute a couple of those.

    SBM is also a bit tricky to work with, specially when you are used to
    other EDA programs.
  6. Roy Battell

    Roy Battell Guest

    Vutrax has a procedure for laying out PCBs on Stripboard
    (Veroboard) on circuits derived from schematics or netlist.
    Available for Windows 95 through XP and Linux as an about 10MB download.
    It includes an interactive tutorial & practice system and is free
    up to 256 pins (surely enough for Stripboard), with many options

    There is a supplementary Software Advice Note (SAN 206) obtainable
    from the support section of the web sites, that outlines methods
    available for handling Stripboard with or without schematic entry.

    Visit either of these for a look (Main UK site) (Central Europe Mirror)
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