We are looking to use Fritzing to get our PCBs made and fully soldered with actual parts, not breakout boards, using a service such as the PCB Assembly available via Fusion PCBA.
They support many parts but for optimization prefer parts from the ShenZhen/Seeed OPL.
I looked at Aisler’s service status where Assembly is mentioned but their website seems to imply that they can only sell you a PCB, the parts, and a stencil.
To get the right footprint for the
Manufacturer’s Part Number: ABS25-32.768KHZ-T
I started by using Inkscape 0.92.4 to ungroup the existing sparkfun part’s pads, move them, and regroup them. They disappeared due to the group name? when imported so I looked at the svg files with a text editor and it had become much more complicated. So instead, I simply hacked the pad locations and dimensions in sparkfun-freqctrl_crystal-smd-7x5_pcb.svg
using the text editor to get the right footprint as per the attached. ABS25bOSCILLATOR.fzpz (5.4 KB) It should really be an alternate package drop down - what is the correct approach for this?
Next, we tried to use the MK5P microB USB socket footprint but it doesn’t appear on the OPLs. Through hole features are stronger but Fritzing doesn’t do slots and overlapping holes might not be liked by the fabricators. Perhaps 1.1mm diameter holes will work to suit the
Manufacturer’s Part Number: 10118193-0001LF
I am working on a footprint hack to try this.
The BME280 part currently is a breakout board (fine for breadboard view) and not an actual LGA. There are other LGAs in the SparkFun parts but I didn’t see one with a 2.5mmx2.5mm footprint.
Manufacturer’s Part Number: BME280