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Sharing Electronic Schematics 70

derGoldstein writes with a blurb in Make about Circuit Bee. From the article: "CircuitBee is like YouTube for your circuit schematics. You upload your Eagle or Kicad schematics, we crunch the numbers and create an online embeddable version of your schematic."
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Sharing Electronic Schematics

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  • Re:Why oh why (Score:5, Informative)

    by LordNimon (85072) on Tuesday July 26, 2011 @03:08PM (#36887170)

    Are you aware that Eagle and Kicad files can be used by layout tools and by companies that manufacturer the boards? You can import the file into your tool, merge the circuitry with your existing design, and then export the whole thing to a manufacturer. Printing the schematics is not what this is about.

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