Quite useful, but is primarily targetted towards on-computer viewing instead of hard-copy. The output is a DHTML file that should be useable in most modern browsers. Check out the demo linked in the repository’s readme.
I’m using the interactive HTML BOM plugin, but I need to deliver printed assembly drawings and instructions to the technicians. I found that is easier to open the PDF assembly drawings and mark them with Inkscape. Just wondering if anyone had the same issues. I switch to KiCad at work from the commercial tools and from DesignSpark (for simple stuff) and I’m really liking it.
This looks pretty good. I’ve been trying to set it up in my work machine (Windows 10) and no luck getting the numpy in the Kicad Python installation. I will see if I can try it in my home machine (Linux Mint), but ultimately this is for work so I will need to find a way or find an alternative.
You might be better running it from a system installed python rather than the one bundled with Kicad. I think that the script is written in Python2.
You can install numpy with pip (or install scipy and get numpy bundled in) - if you look through the rest of the thread you might get some further hints.I would also consider setting this up in a virtual environment to keep it all clean.
I would try and run it on your Linux machine and see if you like the output before trying to get it going on your Windows box