Convert Eagle to TARGET 3001!

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Eagle commands and how to do it in TARGET 3001
The easy way of opening an EAGLE project in TARGET 3001!

General

TARGET 3001! is able to import Eagle* files and Eagle* libraries. If you wish to convert only an Eagle* board file e.g. to use the TARGET 3001! milling tool for milling a board, we recommend just to save only the Eagle *.brd file into a separate directory to use it with the ulp-program.

*Eagle is a registered trademark of Premier Farnell, USA.

Convert Eagle* schematic and board files to a *.t3001 file

Action View
Copy file Eagle3.ulp or Eagle4.ulp or Eagle4-1.ulp (according to
your Eagle version) into the Eagle directory "ulp"
Eagle1.jpg
Start Eagle and open an Eagle schematic you wish to convert.
Eagle2.jpg
Enter "run eagle*.ulp" to the command line. * represents
your version number. This converter creates automatically
a text file in ASCII format (*.TXT) and saves it to
the same directory the Eagle schematic was taken from.
Eagle3.jpg
Start in TARGET in menu "File / Input-Output Formats"
the driver "ASCII-IO-Interface".
E eagle4.jpg
Click in the opened dialogue on button "OPEN".
E eagle5.jpg
Now a window opens for to choose the desired project.
Set in "File Type" (extension) "TARGET-Texts (*.TXT)".
Choose in "File name" the desired ASCII-TXT file.
Eagle6.jpg
Click on button "Convert"
E eagle8.jpg
Set in File Type (extension) "TARGET Files (*.3001)",
and choose an appropriate TARGET-T3001 file name.
In our example the name remains: "singlesided".
...sorry for not showing english Windows dialogues.
Eagle9.jpg
Now press button "Convert"
E eagle10.jpg
REMARK: In TARGET 3001! all component names need to have
a prefix and a number (e.g. IC5,  R3,  ...)!
Please rename in Eagle, if needed.
E eagle10a.jpg

Example:
An error is shown in a component line.
The parameters are devided by a vertical slash.
Prefix is parameter #9.
Number is parameter #14.
This example has the component name "left" - No number.
Help: rename the component in Eagle to "Left1".
In the mentioned directory a file named  "singlesided .T3001"
has been generated.
E eagle11.jpg
Open in TARGET the new converted project.
Eagle12.jpg

...sorry for not showing english Windows dialogs.
Connections are shown as crosses...
Eagle13.jpg
...please reorganise the project in TARGET 3001!.
E eagle14.jpg
Click in Reo-  Dialog Button  "Start Project Reo"
E eagle15.jpg
Done.
Eagle16.jpg



Convert an Eagle* library script to TARGET format *.sym3001 and *.pck3001

Action View
Choose in Eagle* control panel...
1 Eagle-Startseite.jpg
...the library you wish to convert.
2 Eagle-Startseite Libraries-offen.jpg
e.g. 40xx...
3 Libraries-offen 40xx.lbr-ausgewählt.jpg
...under  File/Open/Library
4 File-open-Library.jpg
Click "Open".
5 Open-Dialog.jpg
Choose in opened library...
6 Library-Dialog.jpg
...File/Export/...
7 File-Export.jpg
 .../Script. Now save the library...
8 Script.jpg
...in *.scr format to a directory of your choice.
9 Export-Script-Dialog.jpg
Start TARGET 3001!.Select "File/Input-/
Output-formats/.../Import Eagle library as Script..."
10 TARGET in.jpg
Choose the the .scr file and press "Open".
Now the converter starts and information is given.
11 TARGET in.jpg

...sorry for not showing english Windows (R) dialogues.



  • Two files now have been generated to the same directory: one with extension .SYM3001 regarding schematic symbols, the other with extension .PCK3001 regarding packages.
  • Now copy those new libraries to your TARGET components (symbols) and package directory normally to "TARGET/Libs". If you prefer a different path, pleae set it in "Window/Settings/Options" in the dialog window below left.


*Eagle is a registered trademark of CADSOFT, Pleiskirchen, Germany.



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