Whilst Circuit Studio users get access to Altiums comprehensive parts library, this integration means that users can import the millions of SamacSys libraries in to Circuit Studio too. Not only does this give Circuit Studio users access to millions of free, ready to download PCB footprints and symbols, but also 3D models that perfectly align with the footprint.
What about models for newly released components? Simply search for the part you require at www.componentsearchengine.com and request we build it. Not only will we usually build it within 24 hours, this service is also completely FREE. Once built, you’ll be able to import it straight in to Circuit Studio. High quality, fast and free – straight in to your favourite CAD tool.
Here at SamacSys, we’re passionate about solving all of the big PCB library problems for engineers across the world, saving them time, money and hassle.
About Altium Circuit Studio
Altium has a rich history starting out in 1985 as one of the first providers of PCB design tools and over time developing into one of the market leaders. Circuit Studio continues that trend, offering its users a professional, affordable, and intuitive design tool, whilst also allowing them to transition their historical design files.
Headquarters in the UK, SamacSys have solved the decade-old problem of free access to high quality PCB library content, for every component and every Engineer.
Our mission was simple:
- Make library content free (forever), for every engineer globally.
- Libraries must be of the highest-quality and trustworthy.
- The content has to be well integrated to engineers existing PCB Design tools.
SamacSys’ customers range from individual maker engineers to international brands whose revenues run into the $billions. With over 100,000 users in over in over 180 countries, SamacSys is recognized as the global leader in Electronic Component Library solutions.
They are the chosen partner of leading names such as RS Components, Arrow Electronics, Mentor Graphics, Zuken, ON Semiconductors, ST Microelectronics and many more.
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