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10/19/17 11:10 PM
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Hi, Is anyone aware of a good linux program for drawing automation schematics? Not PCB design, circuit simulation and fine electronics. Industrial automation.


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I looked at a couple of different EDA applications, but did not find any functionality for multiple sheets in a single schematic. I will also need cross-reference symbols to handle nets/symbols that go across multiple sheets.


Perhaps someone knows about an EDA application with multiple sheets and good scripting capabilities to create the cross-reference system?


Solution: I ended up using gschem with some custom scripts for cross-references and titleblock stuff. They can be found here.





Amelialily
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12/08/17 09:40 PM
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 I haven't done this is a very long time (more than 10 years now) but what I used to do to draw cabinet wiring schematics is to use a PCB design tool and build my own custom component library.


http://www.landtechindia.com






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