Seetrax XL Designer
XLD has all the facilities for complex, densely populated multilayer circuit boards yet it is equally suited to simple, manually entered designs where pads are individually placed by the user and connected together by drawing tracks – like this:
Our year 7 students learn the rudiments of Ranger (XLD) by designing a PCB for a greetings card. They start by drawing the schematic. The required parts (symbols) are preloaded in the parts tray ready for them;
After arranging the symbols on the page . . .
. . . they join them up using wires.
A few button clicks later they are ready to design the pcb.
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