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'[EE]: Schematic symbols'
2004\06\18@135348 by Philip Pemberton

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Hi,
 Does anyone know of a website that shows most of the different variations
of electronic schematic symbols, e.g. ISO 60617, DIN 40900, etc? I've seen
the standards available for purchase on the various standards organization
websites, but I'll be damned if I'm going to pay $1200 for a bunch of
symbols.
 Also, does anyone know what the trick to drawing OR and XOR gates (using
the American symbol set, e.g. the D-shaped AND gate and triangle-with-pip
inverter)? I've been using a compasss and a ruler to draw AND gates, but
there doesn't seem to be a "cheat" to draw OR gates. Freehand is not an
option - I can't draw freehand to save my life :-/
 Ordinarily I'd use CAD software, but the output tends to leave a lot to be
desired.

Thanks.
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2004\06\18@140631 by George Smith

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On 18 Jun 2004, at 18:52, Philip Pemberton wrote:


>   Also, does anyone know what the trick to drawing OR and XOR gates (using
> the American symbol set, e.g. the D-shaped AND gate and triangle-with-pip
> inverter)? I've been using a compasss and a ruler to draw AND gates, but
> there doesn't seem to be a "cheat" to draw OR gates. Freehand is not an
> option - I can't draw freehand to save my life :-/

I use a plastic stencil - also has resistor, caps etc. I have two sizes of stencil
but only use the smaller one. Just cannot remember where I bought them but
(in uk) probably Maplin or Farnell...


George Smith

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2004\06\18@144611 by George Smith

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On 18 Jun 2004, at 19:06, George Smith wrote:

> I use a plastic stencil - also has resistor, caps etc. I have two sizes of stencil
> but only use the smaller one. Just cannot remember where I bought them but
> (in uk) probably Maplin or Farnell...

Nope - that was rubbish - the 1/2 size one is marked Archer and Radio Shack
so was bought from Tandy in UK. The full size oneis RapiDesign N0 541 MIL-
STD-806C
Similar (but not identical to these pages):-
www.artstuff.net/rapidesign_electrical.htm
www.artstuff.net/rapidesign_electrical_part_2.htm
www.artstuff.net/rapidesign_electrical_part_3.htm
http://www.artstuff.net/rapidesign_electrical_part_4.htm

HTH
George Smith

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2004\06\19@032025 by Philip Pemberton

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         George Smith <EraseMElintechspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTBLUEYONDER.CO.UK> wrote:

> Nope - that was rubbish - the 1/2 size one is marked Archer and Radio Shack
> so was bought from Tandy in UK. The full size oneis RapiDesign N0 541 MIL-
> STD-806C
> Similar (but not identical to these pages):-
[snip]
Hmm. They look useful - now I just have to find someone that sells them in
the UK :)

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2004\06\19@050017 by Peter L. Peres

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There are reasonably good symbol templates of both kinds in technical
drafting handbooks. Mine has them. If you are not so good at freehand then
buy a stencil with electronic symbols. $20 should buy you a good quality
one. Try a supply shop near a university or school where these things are
still used.

Peter

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2004\06\21@153521 by Andrew Warren

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Philip Pemberton <RemoveMEPICLISTTakeThisOuTspammitvma.mit.edu> wrote:

> Does anyone know of a website that shows most of the different
> variations of electronic schematic symbols, e.g. ISO 60617, DIN
> 40900, etc? I've seen the standards available for purchase on the
> various standards organization websites, but I'll be damned if I'm
> going to pay $1200 for a bunch of symbols.
> I've been using a compasss and a ruler to draw AND gates, but
> there doesn't seem to be a "cheat" to draw OR gates. Freehand is
> not an option - I can't draw freehand to save my life

   For a few dollars, you can get drafting templates (stencils) for
   all the electronic/logic symbols you'll ever need... For
   instance:

       http://www.reuels.com/reuels/Drafting_Templates.html

   -Andy

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