I am looking for a fritzing part for a wurst fuse holder.
The 2 connectors have a 15mm pitch.
Part is here Wurst Fuse holder
Does anyone have such a part they could share? I would be very grateful.
This part should do what you want.
wurth-fuse-holder-696-106-003-002.fzpz (5.1 KB)
OMG. That is amazing!
Thank you so much Peter, I really appreciate it.
Did you make that yourself? Just interested as I failed miserably trying to do anything around part generation and I have another part I am after.
Yes. Part creation is difficult until you have experience (and truly even then, it just gets easier with experience.) For small numbers of parts you are better to ask here to see if there is one or get one us to make it. These two tutorials in the forum cover current versions of Fritzing:
(Edit: November 2016: This is an updated (and corrected) version of the original parts creation howto. This version corrects some suggestions (mostly saving Inkscape files as optimized svg which turns out to cause other problems) with the first version and expands the section on parts testing. While there doesn’t appear to be a lot of interest in this subject I’ll make at least this update so the information is as correct as I can get it.)
This is a description of how I made the Valor PM6078-00…
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A series of part creation videos - I’m not an expert, but there was nothing else around at the time.
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Recorded slowly for older people, so select a higher speed if it’s too slow.
P.S. - Sorry about the voice/sound
Fritzing Part Creation - Chapter1 - New Part …
Someone in this forum post
requested help to fix up a part. So while doing that I decided to record what I needed to do in order to fix the part to provide a tutorial to create new / fix broken parts. If you start from the Tarjeta S4A EDU.fzpz file posted in the above thread, you should be able to recreate my improved part posted in the same thread. I started by loading the original part in to Fritzing, that indicates breadboard is (at first look anyway) pretty good, but schematic and pcb are…
I lately learned there aren’t links to the videos in Old_Grey’s tutorial so you need to do a google search for the title and then they come up on YouTube.