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DeuxVis

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Fritzing digispark part
« on: February 28, 2013, 07:18:50 am »
Hey sparkers,

I've put up this part file of the digispark for use in Fritzing.

For those of you who don't know it, Fritzing is an Electronics Design software focused on ease of use.
You just toss your components on a breadboard (see first picture attached), then it automagically can create the schematic (2nd picture) and the PCB (3rd pic).

Of course you can work in any of those 3 views and have changes reflected in the 2 others.
Fritzing is also a very simple helper to communicate about your project at the prototyping stage.
It's opensource and free, so i encourage you to try it out.


Attached is my part of the digispark - .fzpz file. Feel free to use, etc.
Instructions for import into Fritzing are at http://fritzing.org/learning/tutorials/creating-custom-parts/using-sharing/


That's my first part creation so any feedback is welcome. I'll wait a while before submitting it for inclusion in Fritzing.


Digistump people, could you spend a few minutes to check the metada (description and pin information) for errors ?
I also need the various revisions and models explained a bit :
Please confirm that are models A/B/C pin compatible ?
"rev2" meaning model A, no "rev" mentions is model B, i suppose "rev3" (as seen in eagle file) would be model C ?

Thanks for your attention.

SmeeAgain

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Re: Fritzing digispark part
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2013, 09:12:52 pm »
Awesome! Just as I'm starting to get into Fritzing  :) Thanks for sharing!

fr

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Re: Fritzing digispark part
« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2013, 09:02:00 am »
Un grand merci pour ce fichier DeuxVis :

Je n'utilise pas les vue schéma et typon mais la vue platine d'essai est très pédagogique.


J'ai essayé de me faire un composant mais je n'ai pas trouvé de tutoriel à mon niveau.

J'ai compris qu'il fallait faire des trucs avec inskape mais quoi ?

Si tu pouvais me renseigner stp !




A big thank you for this file DeuxVis:

I do not use for drawing and artwork but the sight test platform is very educational.


I tried to make a component but I have not found a tutorial at my level.

I knew he was doing stuff with inskape but what?

If you could inform me please!

DeuxVis

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Re: Fritzing digispark part
« Reply #3 on: March 15, 2013, 03:07:43 am »
Je suis content que ça serve.

Oui la majorité du travail se fait dans inkscape pour dessiner les 3 différentes vues en vectoriel.
Il y a des normes a respecter selon les vues (couleurs, dimensions).
Il faut aussi grouper ensemble certaines parties des objets dans inkscape, en leur donnant un nom particulier, pour que fritzing s'en serve de manière appropriée - les contacts doivent être dans un groupe appelé 'pins' pour la vue schématique par exemple

Ce sujet n'est probablement pas le meilleur endroit pour obtenir de l'aide sur fritzing ceci dit. Essayes peut-être dans la section "General Electronic" ou bien va voir si il n'y a pas des francophones sur les forums fritzing.

Je te renvoie vers les pages qui m'ont aidé, malheureusement en anglais :
La base : http://fritzing.org/learning/tutorials/creating-custom-parts/
La partie décrivant le travail dans inkscape est là : http://fritzing.org/learning/tutorials/creating-custom-parts/providing-part-graphics/
En particulier la "charte graphique" : http://fritzing.org/fritzings-graphic-standards/
et les modèles aussi ont été très utiles : http://fritzing.org/learning/tutorials/creating-custom-parts/download-fonts-and-templates/

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I'm glad this is useful.

Yes most of the work is done in inkscape to draw the 3 views graphics in vector mode.
There are some rules you need to follow - colours, sizes...
You also have to group certain objects together in inkscape, giving the group a defined name, so that fritzing knows how to handle them correctly - for instance contacts must be in a 'pins' named group for the schematic view.

This said, this post isn't probably the best place to search for fritzing help, maybe try a new topic in the "general electronic" part, or try in fritzing forums - maybe some french speaking people are available there too.

Im redirecting you to the webpages which helped me, unfortunately all in english :
Basics : http://fritzing.org/learning/tutorials/creating-custom-parts/
Here's the part describing inkscape work : http://fritzing.org/learning/tutorials/creating-custom-parts/providing-part-graphics/
Graphical rules : http://fritzing.org/fritzings-graphic-standards/
and the templates were really useful too : http://fritzing.org/learning/tutorials/creating-custom-parts/download-fonts-and-templates/

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Re: Fritzing digispark part
« Reply #4 on: November 07, 2013, 05:07:11 am »
« Last Edit: November 07, 2013, 05:28:05 am by effedebe »

DeuxVis

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Re: Fritzing digispark part
« Reply #5 on: November 28, 2013, 07:02:36 am »
Nice ! I was going to submit it for inclusion in Fritzing but somebody else already did.

http://code.google.com/p/fritzing/issues/detail?id=2753#c5