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creating component footprint of smd inductor CD43

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dm.pozhidaev
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creating component footprint of smd inductor CD43

Hello

 

I new in fusion 360 and eaglee too.

I dont found ready for use component and want create it.

 

the description of inductor is at address 

http://www.chipcomponent.com/pd43_smd_power_inductors.html

Can somebody show how create an arc pad or may be show the howto video for near example.

 

Thank!

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yiqiu.han
in reply to: dm.pozhidaev

Hi, @dm.pozhidaev @dm.pozhidaev 

 

 

You could go to the File menu> new electronics library, then create symbol, footprint and connect pins of them together in a new device. 

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You could also create 3D package for footprint via right-click menu on the existing footprint, all 3D design commands are available for 3D package design.

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Any other questions please let me now.

 

-Yiqiu

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dm.pozhidaev
in reply to: yiqiu.han

Ok. Thank you very much!

I mean how connect to pad of footprint an arc form connect area.

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yiqiu.han
in reply to: dm.pozhidaev

Here are the detail steps:

1. Add symbol

2. Add/import local package

3. Connect pins and pads 

Icons are demonstrated in the capture

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-Yiqiu

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dm.pozhidaev
in reply to: yiqiu.han

Very fine answer! Thanks!

How draw an arc form pad at footprint correctly? 

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Hi @dm.pozhidaev 

 

in order to get the shape of the contacts you could use a SMD inside a polygon. The polygon has the shape of a kind of half-circle. I added a screencast that shows how to do this. I did not take care on precise coordinates, bnut hope it shows you how to do this. 

 

Regards, 

Richard Hammerl

Autodesk
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Thanks!

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