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Using FreePCB to design a motor controller.
Developer(s) Allan Wright
Initial release 2003
Stable release
1.359 / 11 September 2010; 6 years ago (2010-09-11)[1]
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Type EDA
License GNU General Public License

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


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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