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You can create a new library (see attachment).
Then assign the library to the symbol, manufacturer part, etc and finally filter by the library in the corresponding browser.
I presume this is DSPCB or Electrical? Post here https://designspark.zendesk.com/hc/en-us to reach the community.
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Hi Gary, thanks for your feedback. Your views are very important to us and we would like to know more about your experiences. Have you accessed the software tutorials in the support section? What sort...
Unfortunately my experience is that you are better off with a pen and paper. This software in NOT suitable for use without some form of training or handholding. Whilst is handles things like wire and component...
We know that 1st impressions are important, for many machines the pilot devices are what leaves those impressions. With ergonomic design, ease of use and heavy duty design the Eaton RMQ Flat front range can help shape those 1st impressions.
DesignSpark Electrical is packed with handy design tools, but did you know you can create your own symbols?
We are pleased to announce that the 7 inch version of the PanelPilotACE Development Kit is now available. This product helps you rapidly develop a touchscreen control interface for a variety of analogue and digital inputs and outputs.
What do you think of when you think of marking? Whichever way we think of it, marking is everywhere, and mainly for safety, fault finding and quick identification.
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Electrical design engineers, like their counterparts in electronics and mechanical disciplines, all face similar issues when it comes to completing their designs and projects. We have a solution for you.
When you design an electrical system which includes one or more control cabinets, how do you design your cabinet layouts?
When you have finished a project, do you then have to spend hours phoning various suppliers, getting quotes and ticking off your BoM until you think you have ordered all the parts?