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Footprints and Dimensions on Ultiboard

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Hey there guys,

 

I'm seeking some help for finding the proper dimensions and footprints when transferring from Multisim to Ultiboard, I'm having a really tough time finding the proper manufacturers to match the required footprints and dimensions that I need...

 

These are the measurements that I'm struggling with...

 

Resistors : Footprints:10.16mm Dimension : 6mm x 3mm

2.2 uF Capacitors : Footprints: 5.08mm Dimension : 7mm dia x 12mm height

10 uF Capacitors : Footprints: 7.62mm Dimension : 6mm dia x 3mm height

 

Those measurements will be evaluated if they're matching their requirement hence why I need to have them approximately.

 

I've got this circuit due for in a couple of days and I am completely stuck there so any help would be greatly appreciated!

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All the circuit boards are public domain. You can look at the exact measurements of the pads. My first question is which ultiboard is this exactly? The one for Ultimaker original? UM2? UMO plus? The ulticontroller on the UMO?

Not only are the schematics published, the exact circuit board layout is also which shows all conductors and all pads that these parts have to solder into.

some of the schematics are on github but give us more info first.

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