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Welcome to eagleUp 06/10/2011

Posted by eagleup in Eagle, Eagle'up, SketchUp.
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Welcome to eagleUp website. If this is your first visit please check the installation page with a complete step by step tutorial on the setup. Then you can follow a tutorial on how to use eagleUp with the example provided.

For the model of your own project you will need some 3D parts. You can get them from the warehouse, or draw them yourself. It’s quick and simple. You can also import step files for the mechanical parts.

Feel free to leave a feedback in the comments or by email.

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1. M.Koutny - 27/01/2012

Very nice scripts allowing prepare very realistic 3D models of boards.
May I ask you if there is a possibilty to do an improvement of the ruby script to display component reference designator as entity name.
(I made simple stupid picture of that http://www.adrive.com/public/753e1c7bf4720bb40010d4b38416fdb2926658d4753c8e7b0105cfb92c7cd88d.html)

eagleup - 27/01/2012

Looks feasible. I am adding this to the coming 4.4
Jerome

2. giltesa - 02/03/2013

Hello, congratulations on the project, is very useful!

I’ve been using EagleUp for a while but I have designed a new plate and does not work with it.
I give export in Eagle and then to import in Sketchup but the result is bad:
http://img.giltesa.com/images/583fail.png

I’m using: eagle-win-6.4.0, SketchUp 8, ImageMagick-6.7.9-9-Q8-windows,
eagleUp 4.4

Can what be the problem?

Thank you!

eagleup - 02/03/2013

It looks like in several places the outline path is broken. Because of this Sketchup cannot extrude the board.
- check that your outline segments are joined properly in Eagle, try to move the corners and check the lines are following
- a couple of circles appear crossing the outline. this could be a problem as well, try removing them temporarily and see if it improves
Jerome

giltesa - 02/03/2013

That quick response!

Thank you, it was that. The lines of layer dimension were not United, although it seemed that if.
Now it works perfectly: http://img.giltesa.com/images/493SNES_GamePad_Bluetooth.png

Thank you and congratulations again for your work!

eagleup - 02/03/2013

That’s a nice design with a complex outline

3. Mikael Sundin - 23/04/2013

Prefect script, easy to add new footprints :)
Keep up the good work.

4. Ashley M. Kirchner - 28/02/2014

Evidently this no longer works with SketchUp 2014 … I had to revert back to 2013.

eagleup - 02/03/2014

Thanks for the warning. Please follow the link for a quick fix :
http://eagleup.wordpress.com/2014/03/02/eagleup-and-sketchup-2014/


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