Ultra-Librarian, a CAD Part Database and 3D models available to PCB designers using the TARGET 3001
Ultra-Librarian is made up of 14 million electronic part library of symbols, footprints, and 3D models that are available to PCB designers using the TARGET 3001! design suite.
The library has been made available to this audience by EMA Design Automation®, provider of Electronic Design Automation (EDA) solutions.
“TARGET 3001! users can now download verified models from Ultra Librarian, saving them time and eliminating errors that can occur when manually building part models,” said Manny Marcano, president and CEO of EMA. “This is especially true with more complex components, large components, or components that use non-typical pin patterns.”
The company explained that the design suite is a mix of schematic capture, simulation, PCB layout, auto routing, 3D view, and front panel design. PCB projects can be designed on boards or on 3D bodies (MID), a method that is not common in the industry.
So, a project would be saved in a unique file that contains all required information. “With Ultra Librarian, manufacturer part numbers or distributor order numbers are shown on the Bill of Materials (BoM). Subsequent processes of manufacturing, assembly, or documentation/information are eased significantly, and the calculation of board production cost and the ordering with PCB houses are both simple processes and time efficient.”
According to Harald Friedrich, CEO and owner of TARGET 3001, users can now rely on the accuracy of the parts they build into their designs.
“Ultra Librarian’s models are created based on IPC and manufacturers’ specifications and go through more than 30 checks during creation by the Ultra Librarian team and/or component manufacturers. The Ultra Librarian verified 3D models are more accurate than generic 3D models, which is very important especially when designing products with tight space requirements”, has added the CEO.
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