Following up from the Automate Workflow from Eeschema to a BoM Spreadsheet post, bitknitting updates and further explains the block diagram used to automate parts ordering from Digikey:
Since the first post I am happy to say I have gotten all the goo to work and was able to use the MadeDigikeyBOM.csv to order parts from Digikey. So far I am excited with the results. I find them a terrific time saver (of course, learning python and getting all this to work takes A LOT more time than doing one schematic -> BoM by hand…but YIPPEE! What a learning opportunity…and I plan for plenty more schematics.
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