Electronics designers can boost their productivity with free symbols & footprints for Samtec products
Traditionally, designers have spent days creating digital models – such as symbols and footprints – for each component in their designs. Connectors are especially time-consuming to create models for, due to their non-standard shapes, pitches, pads, and cutouts.
With this new collaboration, designers can now easily discover, download, and design with over 100,000 ready-to-use Samtec connector models, helping accelerate the design process. The new models include USB, card edge, board-to-board, headers, and RF coaxial connectors.
Created by Samtec’s Signal Integrity Team, these detailed, high-quality models include accurate assembly, silkscreen and 3D features to support high density applications. The footprints employ courtyards, built-in dimensioning, and applicable metadata.
We pride ourselves on being the service leader, which means investing the time and energy into providing models that expedite the design process for Snap EDA users,
said Greg Horlick, ECAD Systems Architect, at Samtec.
Downloading the printed circuit board (PCB) models is simple: designers create a free account on the Snap EDA website, and then can download for free. Samtec has made the files available for Or Cad, Allegro, Eagle and PADS, and using Snap EDA’s translation technology, the files can also be downloaded for Altium, Ki Cad, PCB123, Proteus 8.8, and Pulsonix.
Samtec is one of the most in-demand connector manufacturers on Snap EDA, so we know that designers will benefit greatly from these new PCB libraries to bring their products to life faster,
said Natasha Baker, CEO and Founder of Snap EDA.
Their commitment to quality and compliance ensures the reliability that professionals on our platform are looking for in their connectivity solutions.
Snap EDA has a trusted reputation in the market for quality, which makes them an excellent partner for Samtec. Together, we’re ensuring that engineers can quickly discover and more easily design Samtec parts into their systems.