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SamacSys and Altium deliver integrated platform for PCB footprints, schematic symbols and 3D models

SamacSys today announces a new Altium integration at embedded world 2019 in Nuremberg

Wallingford, UK and Nuremberg, Germany, 26 February 2019 – SamacSys Ltd, the world’s leading provider of electronic component CAD models, has completed a new integration with Altium, a leading supplier of PCB design tools. Announced today at the embedded world trade fair in Nuremberg, Germany, the collaboration will support Altium customers by directly integrating the SamacSys platform of free design resources, including PCB footprints, schematic symbols and 3D models for more than 15 million components.

“Being able to integrate our eCAD model platform within the Altium product range is an exciting development for us,” said Alex MacDougall, CEO at SamacSys. “By enhancing Altium’s suite of PCB tools with our CAD models, we are providing direct access to these vital assets, making the engineering design process far more efficient and effective, and saving critical time for users. We look forward to a successful collaboration between our two companies, and to delivering an enhanced customer experience.”

A global leader in component library solutions, SamacSys (www.componentsearchengine.com) has over 200,000 users in more than 180 countries; its customers range from individual makers to professional engineers to international brands.

Altium’s integration with SamacSys will further complement the technical support, service, tools and resources that Altium already provides for more than 100,000 customers worldwide. To learn more, visit www.altium.com.

Altium is exhibiting at embedded world 2019 in Hall 4, Stand 629.

About SamacSys
SamacSys is the leading developer of software tools for creating and managing electronic component ECAD data. Headquartered in the UK, and with over 100,000 users in more than 180 countries, SamacSys has solved the decades-old problem of free-for-life access to high-quality PCB library content that integrates with existing PCB design tools, for every component and every engineer.

SamacSys’ customers range from individual maker engineers to international brands with billion-dollar revenues. SamacSys is the chosen partner of leading names such as Arrow Electronics, Mentor Graphics, ON Semiconductor, RS Components, STMicroelectronics, Zuken, and many more. For further information visit: https://ComponentSearchEngine.com

About Altium
Altium is the leading supplier of PCB design software tools. Our flagship product, Altium Designer is known for excellence in native 3D printed circuit board (PCB) computer aided design. By incorporating all the tools engineers and PCB designers need into a single, stress-free user interface, Altium Designer dramatically increases design successes, while reducing overall design times. From concept to PCB design, 3D modelling, and output generation for final manufacture, Altium Designer provides an efficient, powerful workflow for board-level electronics designers.

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