Dan from The Sync Channel Blog is making the parts used in his projects – “that I have personally tested using the OSH Park PCB service” – as an Eagle custom library available here on GitHub. Very cool and thanks for sharing Dan. The list is small now – currently 7 parts – but I’m certain others will find this library helpful and time-saving for their projects.
I’ve created a new Eagle custom parts library for the projects I post on this blog. Though I upload the design files for individual Open-Source projects, you might like to re-use some of the parts in your own projects with a standalone, documented library. I have several parts to bring over, clean up, and comment, so it will be growing quite a bit over the next few weeks.
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