Now looking for a Polyfuse 3D model.
In particular, this one:
Anything close will do.
Oh, and if someone has some great advice how to find these, that would be great so I don't have to keep asking.
Can this one work? I Googled "fuse 1210 3D"
SMD_Polyfuse_2920.stp (248.2 KB)SMD_Polyfuse_2016.stp (235.6 KB)SMD_Polyfuse_2018.stp (247.2 KB)SMD_Polyfuse_0402.stp (245.6 KB)SMD_Polyfuse_1210.stp (223.0 KB)SMD_Polyfuse_0805.stp (259.0 KB)SMD_Polyfuse_1206.stp (239.1 KB)SMD_Polyfuse_0603.stp (253.1 KB)SMD_Polyfuse_1812.stp (239.0 KB)
Requires a user account and login; as such, not certain is Open Source.
How did YOU find these?
I AM trying to figure this out so that I don't have to keep asking. I'm getting a little bit irked that it seems I am missing something I think I should know.
Thanks again for any insight.
Didn't know it needed to be opensource Im pretty sure Joan made them himself if there is official footprints I can probably script some if you would like
EDIT: there is only 1206 footprints
probably footprints can be derived from resistor fps, and 3D models from your resistor array scripts some data herehttp://www.littelfuse.com/~/media/electronics/datasheets/resettable_ptcs/littelfuse_ptc_lorho_datasheet.pdf.pdf
page 5 of this:http://www.littelfuse.com/~/media/electronics/datasheets/resettable_ptcs/littelfuse_ptc_lorho_datasheet.pdf.pdf
for 2016, 2018 I did look at the sizes in the digikey table (vetted for most common smd fps) and eyeballed the height + pad width
@SprigAs @shack wrote, I made them myself
If you come up with footprints per KLC for them I'd be happy if you want to add them to KiCAD.
Did you do the same for the 2010 part?
It is slightly oversized. Is there a scale factor that I should use?
I WAS WRONG... Grrr, sorry.