Re: Schematic drawing?
- From: "Phil S." <psymonds@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2009 18:10:54 -0500
"RichL" <rpleavitt@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Phil S. <psymonds@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I downloaded TinyCAD figuring it would help me make a tidy schematic.
I just might be an inept user, but it took me 10 minutes to put two
input jacks, 68K resistors, and the 1M resistor. Placement is a PITA
and I can't control where the labels appear. I can draw faster by
Without paying an arm and a leg for a pro CAD product, is there
something more user friendly out there, preferrably freeware?
I've been using Power Point. I simply took a bit of time to put
together the symbols for resistor, capacitor, tubes, etc., saved them in
a file, and I can call them out and string the wires together to form
Here's an example -- the circuit I designed for a custom guitar I had
Very cool, Rich. That's inventive.
I found a copy of Circuit Maker, a program that's gone out of publication.
The student version was/is free, but it only holds 50 parts and then quits.
I drew out the preamp in one file, and the power supply and power stage in
another. I posted the schematic.
Remember, I freely admit, this is not original work....Fender front end,
extra gain stage, split-load PI, cathode bias 2x 6SN7 finals in parallel,
allowing one to be pulled for half power.
Many thanks to all for the suggestions. I would like to find something that
doesn't have a 50 part limit. I'm not even sure you can do a Champ with
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