DIYLC Alternatives

    DIYLC is described as 'DIY Layout Creator (DIYLC in short) is freeware drawing tool developed with help of a large online community of DIY electronics enthusiasts. It incorporates many ideas that came from people using older versions of the application'. There are six alternatives to DIYLC for Windows, Linux, Mac and iPad. The best alternative is VeroRoute, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like DIYLC are Virtual Breadboard (Freemium), VeeCAD (Free, Open Source), LochMaster (Paid) and BlackBoard Circuit Designer (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Aug 17, 2019

      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      Cross-platform software for Veroboard (stripboard), Perfboard and simple 1-layer or 2-layer PCBs. Connectivity checking & visualisation. Netlist import. Interactive auto-routing. Component editor. Gerber output, or PDF for toner transfer. Tutorial.
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      Most users think VeroRoute is a great alternative to DIYLC.
    1. It is a circuit simulator on a virtual breadboard. it supports virtual components like microcontrollers, TTL, graphical and alphanumerical LCDs and others in addition to virtual instruments and certainly the basic components (resistors, capacitors..).
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Windows
      VeeCAD takes a schematic generated netlist and assists you to build a layout - on strip (Veroboard), matrix, donut, tripad, Atarado Smart, and other prototyping boards.
      • Windows
      Developers tool for strip board projects. It has useful functions for designing, documenting and testing project boards.
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    2. Create so called breadboards (also stripe or perf boards) easily Create simple and easy to read schematics NGSpice integration, thus the ability to simulate the current schematic with NGSpice A big library of electronic parts with more than 400 pieces and library with 500...
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    3. Create electronic circuits for stripboard and veroboard whenever and wherever! Take your design from the schematic stage to a layout that you can print out or share (PNG | PDF). Great for DIY projects, one-offs and prototyping.
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