Looking for KiCad parts

A project log for ESP8266 Development PCB's

Development board for ESP8266 the make up of which can be decided by the community

Michael O'TooleMichael O'Toole 11/16/2014 at 16:332 Comments

I'd like to get the exact parts and images so the board image reflects reality... Can't seem to find 3D images for KiCad... any links would be appreciated....


peterloron wrote 03/31/2015 at 06:19 point

Any update on this? Thanks.

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Clint Stevenson wrote 12/08/2014 at 00:38 point
Best place I've found for this is You have to register an account before you can download models, but it's free. There are tutorials on the web for how to convert from a stereolithography file (*.stl) to a VRML that KiCAD will recognize. Usually you import the stl into Wings3D, assign colors to materials and then export from Wings3D to VRML. You can then pick up the VRML file in your PCB footprint in KiCAD. If you can't find a good model on that site, sometimes I've had good luck finding it on the actual manufacturer's website.

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