Osmond PCB is a flexible tool for designing printed circuit boards. It runs on Macintosh. Its many features include:
- Virtually unlimited board sizes
- Virtually unlimited number of board layers
- Virtually unlimited number of parts
- Spatial resolution down to 10 nanometer
- Concurrent support for both Imperial and Metric units
- All angle routing
- Rubber-band traces
- Rats Nest Layer
- Variable size grid
- Support for both through-hole and surface mount parts
- Circular, rectangular, and oval pads
- Easy part editing
- Variable trace widths
- Variable trace spacing
- Curved traces
- Silkscreen, solder-mask, and auxiliary layers
- Signal and ground planes
- Copper fill areas
- Automatic clearance checks
- Easy manual and semi-automatic routing
- Built-in script language
- Gerber (RS-274X) and drill file (Excellon) output
- DXF file output
- DXF file input
- Encapsulated PostScript file output
- Net check output (IPC-356)
Download Osmond PCB
- Download Osmond_PPC, the Power PC version of the Osmond application, including documentation and examples (~2Meg)
- Download Osmond_X, the Carbonized version of the Osmond application, including documentation and examples.
- Download Osmond_Quartz, for Mac OS-X only. This version uses native Quartz graphics.
- Download Osmond_Quartz (Universal), for PPC or Intel Macs with OS-X 10.4 or greater.
- Download OsmondCocoa, for PPC or Intel Macs with OS-X 10.4 or greater. This is also a Universal binary.
- A Starter Library contains about 130 parts including through-hole, surface mount, and connectors (~28K).
- Robert Zusman has provided a library of Osmond part types converted from Autotrax libraries (~88K),
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