Mouser Electronics Partners with SamacSys
Through the partnership, Mouser Electronics and SamacSys will offer engineers free PCB footprints, schematic symbols and 3D models.
November 19, 2018
Mouser Electronics announces a new partnership with SamacSys, a developer of electronic component library solutions. Under the new partnership, Mouser will provide its customers with a range of free design resources including PCB footprints, schematic symbols and 3D models for more than 1.1 million components.
These design resources work with engineering CAD systems, including Cadence, Altium and other programs. The new service will be available free to Mouser customers around the world on millions of Mouser’s product detail pages featuring components from manufacturers. More importantly, SamacSys will fully support all of Mouser's new product introductions, giving engineers access to a current, high-quality library of PCB footprints, schematic symbols and 3D models for the newest available components.
“Mouser is excited to collaborate with SamacSys by adding these new advanced engineering resources to our extensive selection of components for our customers,” says Hayne Shumate, Mouser’s senior vice president of Internet Business.
“Being chosen by Mouser to provide ECAD Models to their customers is an exciting partnership for us,” says Alex MacDougall, managing director at SamacSys. “Mouser is recognized by many as the favored platform for electronic components. Combining this with our design assets will help more engineers create their electronic products in less time.”
SamacSys has over 100,000 users in more than 180 countries; its customers range from individual makers to professional engineers to international brands.
Mouser’s partnership with SamacSys will further complement the technical support, service, tools and resources that Mouser already provides for more than 600,000 customers worldwide.
Sources: Press materials received from the company.
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