Eagle Parts Library Now on Github

Eagle parts!

I finally got around to putting my personal Eagle parts library on Github. There’s not much else to it, find it here here. The most noteworthy thing in there is the SOT223-5 footprint, which I couldn’t find anywhere online or in the default libraries. Enjoy! Complete listing below.This is certainly subject to (rapid) change, see the commit messages on github, but for now the library includes:

  • Analog Devices AD7685
  • ADC121C021
  • TI INA125 (the default libs already have it, but for some reason that wasn’t good enough, don’t remember why)
  • Linear Technology LTC1063
  • Maxim MAX7414
  • Maxim MAX31855
  • ON Semi MC74VHC1GT126
  • TI REF3333
  • Burr-Brown REG103
  • SN754410
  • Omega PCB-Mount Thermocouple Receptacle
  • Bournes 25-turn trim pot
  • Amphenol USB3.0A Receptacle
  • Amphenol USB3.0B Receptacle

The packages are all standard from the default libraries except:

  • Sot223-5


  1. Levi
    April 20, 2013

    Thank you for making this available!

  2. Doug Gordon
    June 12, 2013

    I’d be interested in hearing what you think of Eagle PCB software for the Mac. I’m gearing up on a project which will require laying out several pcb’s, and am searching around for the best tool. As a long time Mac guy, I’d prefer an OS X solution, but I’ve heard Eagle is especially clunky with a UI that harkens back more to the pre-WIndows days. From comments I’ve read, I’m tending towards using DipTrace as it reportedly has a much better UI. Sadly, I’ve heard it’s better to use DipTrace natively under VMWare rather than it’s WINE-based Mac packaging. Do you have any experience with DipTrace?

  3. June 12, 2013

    I use Eagle almost exclusively on mac. My thought is, yes, the UI under mac sucks. But the UI under windows is equally crappy, so whatever. It’s not like either is native or pretty. I don’t have any experience with diptrace, so unfortunately I can’t comment, but I do generally feel like if you’re shopping based on user experience, you’ve already eliminated every player in your parametric search for a cad package. For example, if you’re doing IC design, Cadence is one of a very few players in the market. Cadence _really_ sucks. They’ve done better in recent releases, but the UI is straight up arcane. On the other hand, if you want to do virtually ANYTHING complicated within the realm of IC design, Cadence is one of the two, maybe 3 suites that can actually handle your design requirements.

    Honestly, at this point for anything hobby, I’d still pick Eagle, with kicad a runner-up. Kicad has a silly, unbelievably unintuitive workflow, but you can do a fair bit more with it. And if you want to add functionality, you can get coding or put a bounty on it to make it happen.

  4. Martin Schlüter
    August 12, 2013

    Thank you for sharing this library, especially the MAX31855 saved me quite some time (still a newbie on drawing packages in Eagle)!

  5. Dario
    November 12, 2013

    sot-223-5 Ohhh man, thanks!!!

  6. Robert Brooke
    May 27, 2014

    SOT 223-5! Thank you!

  7. Bill
    November 19, 2016

    Thanks so much dude !
    I wish they put out libraries for op amps.
    I’m after an LM301 , especially .

    And a bunch of op amps, especially by Texas instruments would be awesome.
    I might have to find time to do a few myself sometime.

    Really like your efforts and sharing of it (:

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