Tango Libraries

Discussion in 'Electronics Resources' started by beenthere, Feb 27, 2009.

  1. beenthere

    Thread Starter Retired Moderator

    Apr 20, 2004
    I had a question about my Tango libraries. I have several that are customized for my application, and thought I would share them here.

    I do all my work in Tango PCB. The schematic capture is rather lame, and the drawings are poor. So some libraries are for generating schematics (set line width to 22 mils).

    My components are handy for my mostly audio frequency analog work - most device pads have .020 holes to guide my PCB drill. Why not? - Tango only generates Gerber 247D photoplots, so it's expensive getting a fab house to mess with them.

    Important note: I can't upload them as is. The file extension is wrong. So the libraries are now file type .lbr. You will have to change them back to .lib to use them with Tango PCB v. 3.20.