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Altium CircuitStudio

5 Posts authored by: AshokRao
element14, in partnership with Altium, have made many exciting updates to CircuitStudio!  What’s Changing? Pricing: In order to make Altium CircuitStudio more accessible to PCB designers we have reduced the price to 1/3rd of the original cost. Product: On June 29th version 1.2 was released.  To learn more about what was included in this release visit our element14 Altium blog.  Plans are in place to release version 2.0 by the end of the year. Support: The knowledge and su ...
We are pleased to announce the new update of CircuitStudio is now available for download.  You can install version 1.2.0.37 via the Update System in CircuitStudio.   To install the update: Select View > Start to open the Home page Select Extensions & Updates link in the Tasks pane From the Extensions and Updates page, click the Updates tab Click the CircuitStudio 1.2.0 (build 37) update link to start the update process.   Alternatively, the new installer can be downlo ...
Related Content: Part 1:Create a schematic from your idea – Out of the head, into the tool. Part 2: Make the PCB from your design – Almost there... Part-3: Generate output files for printing – Eureka!!   Again, a reminder, if you still don't have your trial license, get it from here: Professional PCB design tool | CircuitStudio   Right, after following Parts 1 & 2 of this blog series, you should have your design laid out and ready to print. However, no project ...
Related Content: Part 1:Create a schematic from your idea – Out of the head, into the tool. Part 2: Make the PCB from your design – Almost there... Part-3: Generate output files for printing – Eureka!!   OK, further to Part 1 of this blog where we created a schematic, now it’s time to move to the PCB. If you still don't have your license, get a trial from here: Professional PCB design tool | CircuitStudio   And some more information from here: https://www.e ...
Related Content: Part 1:Create a schematic from your idea – Out of the head, into the tool. Part 2: Make the PCB from your design – Almost there... Part-3: Generate output files for printing – Eureka!!   OK, so you’ve got a marvellous idea for your next electronic project and you are in the process of bringing together the associated circuitry. You’ve hand-drawn your design on a paper and now you want to make it into a proper schematic file for more analysis, ...