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Softwares for drawing circuits for documentation or presentations.

misterT

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Few threads about this.. ten years old.
If you know good online sites where to draw elec circuits for presentations.. please share links.
 

Pommie

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I use EasyEDA as it's very flexible.

E.G.
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Mike.
 

misterT

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That link led me to some site my anti-virus warned.
 

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rjenkinsgb

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That link led me to some site my anti-virus warned.
You can get it through the "Resources" link on the JLCPCB site, here:

It looks like a letter was missed off the other link - it goes to easyeda.com not .co
 

Externet

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Wrong place to post. That is not for general electronics. Move where deserved.
 

audioguru

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Post #2 shows a schematic that is colored and is covered with a grid.
It will be good if it can be black and white with no grid.
 

Reloadron

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During my career I enjoyed using some nice high end stuff. Today I use LtSpice and a few others. Since you also mention presentations you may want a software which allows you to export your drawings as a photo image file format so you can then place them in a presentation software like Power Point or in the free stuff Open Office Impress.

On another note most drawing (schematic) software will allow you to use a grid or no grid and also allow you to make it in black and white or color. Just a matter of preferences.

Ron
 

audioguru

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Some simulators or schematic software shows colored lines on a black background (a negative image).
I use Microsoft Paint to make the image a normal positive.

One software (Multisim?) prints "TEXT" all over the schematic.
Multisim also puts many jigs and jags on all lines that should be straight.
 

Pommie

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Some simulators or schematic software shows colored lines on a black background (a negative image).
I use Microsoft Paint to make the image a normal positive.

One software (Multisim?) prints "TEXT" all over the schematic.
Multisim also puts many jigs and jags on all lines that should be straight.
That's why I use EasyEDA.

Mike.
 

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