Customize your EAGLE software with community-created programs.
a ULP to add an attribute to all devices in an opened library\r\nUploaded by Maurice SAAB from SEC-lebanon
ULP Include file. Provides the function QueryDigikey(). Given a Digikey part number, it returns the quantity available and pricing information.\r\nUploaded by Alex Mykyta from Student
Double layer, through hole PCB manufacturing for Roland Modela 3D-plotters used in Fablab\"s all over the world.\r\nUploaded by Oswald van Ginkel from CRCED, fablab
This is a modified version of \'exp-project-lbr\' that also generates a script that replaces all parts in your schematic with the newly generated library. Thus, your schematic/board will be updated to use all parts from the single library. Note you must use the generate as \"single lib\" option in order to replace all parts. Note you can also disable the library prefix name if desired.
This ULP generates for inverse text on the silkscreen. Written by Christian Bohrer, uploaded by Jorge Garcia\r\nUploaded by Jorge Garcia from Cadsoft USA
GENCAD V1.30 generates GENCAD placement data. Based on V1.27. Saves to dialog file name. Now rotations with all angles possible. Before only 90,180,270° were possible.\r\nUploaded by Peter Schulz from ROB-Engineering GmbH
Extending version 1.06 by Carsten Wille (eagle38106) Variant assembly BOM now available. Variant name and part/value choice automatically part of filename.
Snaps the origins of parts in the current selected group to a specified grid. Handy for initial placement of parts in a new board design. This ULP can be called from any of the EAGLE editors (board, schematic, package, etc.), though not all elements can be snapped. Can be called to undo the last Snap2Grid operation in the current editor. Type \'run Snap2Grid.ulp help\' for a comprehensive usage description and examples.\r\nUploaded by Dave Billin from EAGLE user
The latest and greatest version of BOM-EX v1.45 with some minor enhancements and other fixes.
Generate a script of GROUP selected parts and write the locations to a script. This may be used to move parts in one or more board files or restore a placement of parts later.\r\nUploaded by Bob Starr from RTZ Audio