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Author: Thomas Strauß (Guest)
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Hello,

there is Target, Eagle, Protel, Orcad, Kicad at the pcb site of 
mikrocontroller.net.

I am keen on the pcb designer "DesignSpark", because it appears to be a 
professional pcb cad program. Moreover it is for free.

I suggest to place DesignSpark on the same level as Target, Eagle, 
Protel et al. at the pcb site of mikrocontroller.net.

Thomas (Berlin/Germany)

Author: Jörg Wunsch (dl8dtl) (Moderator)
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Thomas Strauß wrote:

> I suggest to place DesignSpark on the same level as Target, Eagle,
> Protel et al. at the pcb site of mikrocontroller.net.

Let there be threads first.  Bartels Autoengineer is for sure a
"professional EDA tool" (iow., you can earn your living with it),
too, yet I wouldn't request to place a filter for BAE at the top of
the (sub)forum.  So far, there have been a few threads only about
BAE.  Same applies to DesignSpark PCB.

As soon as there's a sufficient number of threads actually discussing
it, come back again with your request.

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