Real CAD for Stripboard
Other Prototyping Boards Too
Like a PCB layout program, VeeCAD takes a schematic generated netlist and
assists you to build a layout - on strip (Veroboard), matrix, donut, tripad, Atarado Smart, and
other prototyping boards. The usual design tools are provided: netlist import,
component footprint definition, component positioning, wiring and connectivity
check. You get full documentation, including a loading diagram, board overlay,
parts and wires lists.
Free and Commercial Versions
You can download the free version
or purchase the
commercial version with color, angled components, net tracing and
Why use VeeCAD?
Engineers and hobbyists use VeeCAD for prototypes and small quantity
builds, saving hours planning layouts on graph paper. VeeCAD makes
prototyping practical where otherwise a PCB is required. Draw the schematic
in your usual schematic editor, and after prototyping in VeeCAD use the
same schematic with your PCB editor.
- Click on parts to drag, rotate, stretch.
- Break tracks, add wire links and free form wiring.
- Use almost any schematic editor.
- Learn quickly with familiar Windows standard controls.
Run VeeCAD on Windows 2000 thru Windows 8 and Wine-Linux-Mac with snappy
redraws and saves. Use F1 in most screens for help and illustrated
tutorials as you go through the design process. Copy images to the
clipboard in bitmap format to any desired scale, for use on website and
word processor documents.
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, try the free
or email the author