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In the warehouse you can find additional parts to use in eagleUp. Parts are grouped by categories. Click on the download link of the part category you are interested in, then save it in your /models folder.
Standard parts are checked against standard Eagle packages for orientation and size. If you have custom packages you may need to rotate the parts.
This warehouse is based on user-contribution. If you have drawn a nice part and would like to share it with the other users, please send it !

How to use these parts ? Copy the parts you are interested in, in your /models folder. You can have as many sub folders as you like to organize the parts.

Contributors are Carl M, Detlev U, Errol T, Gerard K, Jerome L, Joe F, Karl L, Kevin N, Luke W, Stefan G.

Download links :
Connectors 2011 10 23
Optoelectronics 2011 10 23
Passive 2011 10 23
Semiconductors 2011 10 23
Switches 2011 10 23

Connectors battery
BATTCON_12MM
BATTCON_245MM_PTH
Connectors DC Jack
SPC4077
Connectors misc.
RJ45
Connectors screw
87758-0416
87758-1416
JP1
JP10Q
JP2Q
JP4Q
JP5Q
JP6Q
JP8Q
ML10
ML14
ML16
ML20
ML26
ML6
PH_2MM_2X15_FEMALE
PH_2MM_2X15_MALE
Connectors screw
AK500_2
Connectors USB
MOLEX-47346-0001
USB-A-H
Optoelectronics
1280.10XX_MENTOR
LED5MM
LEDENGIN_LZ1
Passive capacitors
ceramic SMD C0603
ceramic SMD C0805
ceramic SMD C1206
disc THT C025-025X050
tantalum SMD CT3216
tantalum SMD CT3528
tantalum SMD CT6032
tantalum SMD CT7343
Passive crystal
DIL14S
HC49U70
QS
SM49
TC38H
Passive inductors
Ferrite0805
WE_PD_XXL
Passive resistors
SMD CTS742C083
SMD M1206
SMD R0603
SMD R0805
SMD R1206
SMD R2512
THT 0204V
THT 0204_5
THT 0204_7
THT 0207_10
THT 0207_12
THT 0207_15
THT 0207_2V
THT 0207_5V
THT 0207_7
THT 0309V
THT 0309_10
THT 0309_12
semiconductors diode
DO35-10
DO35-7
DO41-10
RB1A
SMA
SMC
SOD123
SOD323
SOD523
SOD80
semiconductors IC SMD
LQFP100
LQFP144
SC70-5L
SO08
SO08W
SO10
SO12
SO14
SO14W
SO16
SO16W
SO18W
SO20W
SO22W
SO24W
SO26W
SO28-DCP
SO28W
SOT223
SOT23-5L
SOT23-6
SOT23
SOT353
SOT363
SOT89
TO252
TQFP32
TSSOP08
TSSOP10
TSSOP14
TSSOP16
TSSOP18
TSSOP20
TSSOP22
TSSOP24
TSSOP26
TSSOP28
semiconductors IC THT
DIL08
DIL14
DIL16
DIL20
DIL24
DIL28-3
DIL28
DIL32
DIL40
TO220H
TO220V
TO92
Switches
B3F-10xx

Still have not found the part you were looking for ?
You can try to ask for it in the comments, or make it yourself. Follow this link for tutorials on part building. It’s quick and easy.

Comments»

1. Ahmed Lazreg - 02/08/2011

Great work, thank to all contributors here in.
Just a suggestion: Please, could you group ALL packages in a single zip so that we can have the choice of picking only needed packages or to download ALL packages in a single shot?

eagleup - 02/08/2011

added.
Jerome

2. Nick - 24/10/2011

Hello.
I would like to know whats exactly the folder set up for installing these models.

eagleup - 24/10/2011

Hello,
Simply copy the models you are interested into your /models folder.
Remember that the the part skp filename should be the same as the Eagle package name.
Some models in the warehouse match Eagle default parts, some were drawn by users for their own custom packages.
Jerome

3. ombrastein - 08/11/2011

This is absolutely superb! Exactly what i have been looking for. My only problem is lack of experience with SketchUp so drawing models is tricky for me still(I’m sure i can learn it tho, given time).

Don’t suppose anyone have any models for TQFP44, RJ11 and/or USB-B connectors? Also standard dc/dc converters single and dual (4 pin, and 6 pin with the one pin missing, respectively. TRACO and XP-Power uses the same footprint)

4. Tron9000 - 17/11/2011

This is great, I had a small problem getting my board to import with a SOT23-5 package IC on it, I looked in this library and found a SOT23-5L, opened it to check, and re-saved it as SOT23-5.

Word of warning doing this under vista, cos of its stupid virtual filing system, or whatever you call it (thanks for that Bill!), I advise you save it to desktop and copy it into the EAGLE/Models folder manually.

but so long as the component’s package in EAGLE has the same name as the part you want to import in Sketchup, there should be no problems.

5. Aki - 22/12/2011

Hey. I created several models which I’d like to contribute. Problem: I aligned the model’s local coordinate system (when making a component) but after the ULP run and the SketchUp import it seems unchanged…

Anybody familiar with this?

Thanks.

By the way: great project !

eagleup - 22/12/2011

A useful feature of Sketchup is the reload function in the contextual menu (right click on an object).
If I notice a misaligned part, I open the faulty part in another instance of Sketchup, correct the origin/orientation, and save the part. Then in the main instance I reload the part. The modification is visible immediatly.
Jerome

6. Aki - 31/12/2011

Ok back here now, and solved the issue:
My problem was HOW to align a part. I used the LOCAL origin inside the SketchUp component. However, the EagleUp importer uses the global origin in the model. So I had to realign my models around the global origin.

I’d like to commit some parts. How is that done?

eagleup - 03/01/2012

Hello Aki.

I am sorry I do not understand your problem. What do you call local and global origins ?
Each part is drawn and centered around Eagle origin. Then the importer will move it atop of each instance of the given footprint.

Feel free to send me your models by email.

Jerome

Aki - 06/01/2012

Hi.
By global I mean the origin of the coordinate system in SketchUp. All models should have their Eagle-center there. What I did: create a model in SketchUp and placed it to say (10, 12, 0) in the SketchUp coordinate system. Then I made a component out of my model and carefully placed the component-origin (model-centric = local coordinate space) where it belongs. However, this is not recognized by the importer.

I’ll send you the models soon.

7. Marcel : Lyon - 10/01/2013

Hi !
A tip for everybody:

If you need additional 3D models you can use http://www.3dcontentcentral.com/default.aspx

Download into STL use MeshLab_v132 (import Mesh: STL) ; export as DAE and finally import DAE into Sketchup to save you skp model.

I support this and have already “translated” some models!

Happy new year!

8. indiantinker - 13/02/2013

Awesome Job!

9. Hasanka - 17/04/2013

Great work. Thanks all

10. ARVIND SAHU (@arvind100691) - 05/05/2013

Great job Thanks.. Guys… :)

11. Kyle Daley - 22/10/2013

If I’m using the gaussmarkov.net/wordpress/tools/software/eagle/eagle-2-libraries/, how can I tell them to use your models?

eagleup - 22/10/2013

Either rename the library package names to match the model, or rename the 3d models names to match the library. 2nd option might be easier.
Jerome

12. Kyle - 22/10/2013

Thank you for the prompt reply. I JUST found a small tidbit in your tutorials about that. Thank you for this awesome software. Well done, sir.

eagleup - 22/10/2013

Thanks for the feedback.
Jerome

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