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What standards does SnapMagic follow?

Standards for symbol and footprint creation of SnapMagic

Ana Trujillo avatar
Written by Ana Trujillo
Updated over a week ago

For Symbols and Footprints:

SnapMagic follows IPC-7351B standards for its footprints, and a combination of IEEE-315 and its own standards for symbols.

All models are created by our component engineering team using a mix of automated and manual processes, and verified with a three-step verification process.

For 3D models:

3D models created by SnapMagic use nominal dimensions and they do not include internal features from the part, as these details may breach manufacturer confidentiality.

The surfaces in contact with the footprint for PCB mountable parts also follow the IPC-7351B standards. Any board mountable parts are done at their largest height on the datasheet since this is the least favorable design condition provided by the manufacturer.

Learn more about our standards here.

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