Customize your EAGLE software with community-created programs.
These are a couple of scripts I wrote to facilitate the importing of Orcad schematics into the layout editor. ImportNetlist.ulp imports a PADS2K netlist. ImportBOM (the most useful of both) imports a regular Orcad BOM file and lets you select the package for each group of items. The scripts are not well commented, maybe soon I\"ll work on that.\r\nUploaded by Jean Simonet from - NONE -
simple script to zoom to the first unrouted wire in board editor. this might be helpful when searching for tiny left- overs in the end phase of routing work.\r\nUploaded by Daniel Mack from caiaq
This ULP scans through all packages and changes the text size/ratio for items on the tName, tValue and tPlace layers. \r\nUploaded by Bob Starr from RTZ Audio
This ULP converts the symbols and packages of an eagle library to the format of the KiCAD PCB suite. The current version is 0.9b. This Scripts is released under the GNU Public license \r\nUploaded by Juergen Messerer from --
Modification of Walter M\"s program. Outputs PCB component locations in mils instead on mm.\r\nUploaded by Jeff Long from California, USA.
Generate g-code for mechanical processing of board. only one file will be generated, with: mill, clean unused Cu from board, drill all holes, cut larger holes and finnaly cut board contour. Betwin phases, is implemented a simple tool change, for manually change bit. Tested with succes with KCam, but it should work with any other software.\r\nUploaded by Silviu Epure from Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania
Mit diesem ULP kann ein NetScript in den Schaltplan geladen, oder als Zeileneingabe benutzt werden, um eine Netzliste als Airwires zu zeichen. Use this ULP for import a Netscript in Schematic.\r\nUploaded by A. Zaffran from CadSoft
Introduction to PCB-Gcode-Wizard which is a graphical Gcode viewer, plotter, and G00 rapids optimizer for PCB milling files generated with PCBGCODE.ULP from John Johnson. The central feature of this program allows you to delete redundant and unnecessary milling outlines, so that you only have ONE isolation milling pass (saves lots of milling time!). See more info, screenshots, tutorials, and purchase at PCBGCODE.COM.
Combine the work of Jorge Garcia from dxfimport1_51.ulp and Tim Ruetz from import_dxf_polygons_v4.ulp to allow polygon output of DXF polylines to any layer. This enables a free alternative to rasterized BMP files by establishing a workflow using Inkscape to vectorize images and import as DXF.
This ULP will generate schematics in Protel / Altium format. Version 1.1\r\nUploaded by Christian Keller from -