FreePCB

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FreePCB
FreePCB screenshot.png
Using FreePCB to design a motor controller.
Developer(s) Allan Wright
Initial release 2003
Stable release 1.359 / 11 September 2010; 4 years ago (2010-09-11)[1]
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Type EDA
License GNU General Public License
Website www.freepcb.com

FreePCB is a printed circuit board design program for Microsoft Windows, written by Allan Wright.

Functionality[edit]

The program allows for up to 16 copper layers, both metric and English units, and export of designs in RS-274X Gerber format. Boards can be partially or fully autorouted with the FreeRouting autorouter by using the FpcROUTE Specctra DSN file translator.

Other operating systems[edit]

FreePCB can run under Linux by using Wine and on Macintosh computers using Parallels Desktop for Mac, Virtual Box, or Wine via MacPorts.[2]

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