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DIY Layout Creator
DIY Layout Creator (DIYLC in short) is freeware drawing tool developed with help of a large online community of DIY electronics enthusiasts. It incorporates many ideas that came from people using older versions of the application. The goal is to provide a simple interface and enough power to let the user draw schematics, board/chassis layouts and guitar wiring diagrams quickly and without a steep learning curve. Also, it is build around the flexible open source framework that may be used to draw pretty much anything. Below is a sample board layout drawn in DIYLC3.
DIY Layout Creator 3.x
The latest and greatest multi-platform Java version. Works on Windows, Linux, MacOS…anything that can run Java JRE. Mostly backwards compatible with the previous two versions and offers better performance, improved stability and higher flexibility due to the open source API. It’s got it’s own site now where you can grab the latest version report a bug or suggest new feature. The address is bancika.github.io/diy-layout-creator/.
To get the latest build, visit Download Page
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DIY Layout Creator 2.x beta
Multi-platform Java version. At this point, I would NOT encourage anyone to download or use 2.x beta because it’s just too buggy and slow compared to 3.x. Once I add all the components into 3.x, version 2.x will be officially retired.
DIY Layout Creator 1.18
The very first version of DIYLC, written in Delphi and runs only on Windows. At this time I do not support or update this version, it’s been almost a decade since I last played with it. You can still find a bunch of layouts online drawn with this version of the software. It’s pretty easy to use and can draw smaller PCBs, Perfboards or Stripboards quickly. It has simple yet very effective interface which makes job much easier. Placing a component on board takes only 2-3 mouse clicks. You need to click on source and destination hole and program will place component between them. Placing polarized components is the same, but then you need to take care about hole order because program takes source hole for positive and destination hole for negative side. It’s similar with IC: pin 1 goes in source hole and last pin goes to destination hole. When working with PCB layouts you can set width of each trace and solder pad! Also, there’s “Print PnP” which gives printout ready for transfer on blank board (laser printer required). However, it’s not very flexible and it’s written poorly, I keep it here because it’s kind of retro cool, but I don’t use it anymore these days.
Download version 1.18
Download complete layout collection for version 1.x
v1 Layout Collection (works with v3 too)
Right click on a file and click “Save Target As…” to save a layout.
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Stripboard Magic – is a Windows application for designing PCB layouts on stripboard (aka prototyping board). The interface is a quite primitive and a little strange but the program is functional even on Windows XP.
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LochMaster – is a developers tool for strip board projects. It has features like auto-generation of components lists, a connection test, an editable library with a large number of symbols and components. LochMaster displays views of both sides of the board and both sides are editable. All required functions, like wiring, splitting tracks, soldering, placing components, etc. are included and very realistic.
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Soft Circuit Editor by Atarado here.
  • Free (as in zero purchase price)
  • Windows and Linux
  • Two-windows - schematic and layout.
  • Supports normal stripboard
  • Supports Atarado's proprietary stripboard layouts.
  • Very limited component library?
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