Here’s an SVG image to Eagle polygon importer called svg2poly. It seems like an excellent alternative to the BMP importing plugin included in Eagle default package. [via]
Surprisingly often, I find myself wanting to import vector images into eagle, and have them appear as polygons – usually for silkscreen. Whilst importing vectors as lines is practical – although ridiculously awkward – up until now I haven’t found a single practical way to import a vector drawing as polygons.
That changed recently when I stumbled across Cruz Montreal II’s svg2poly. svg2poly is an Eagle ULP that, within the scope of its limitations, does a very good job of importing vector shapes into Eagle. Getting it working was a revelation – I no longer have to mess with awful bitmap imports that arrive as a huge series of tiny rectangles, or spend hours tracing things
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