How to use CADY

To use CADY, all you need to is click here, and upload your BOM and Netlist files

BOM

Any .csv/.xslx/.xls file is supported,
as long it contains at least one manufacturer part number for each part reference.
      Feel free to download and review a template here:

Netlist

CADY supports various netlist formats from all major ECAD vendors.
Please choose your ECAD environment below for an export guideline of the relevant netlist:

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Xpedition / DxDesigner Netlist File Export

1       Go to File -> Export -> Quick Connection View…

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2      To export the netlist press OK. On a new project first configure as shown in the next steps.

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3       Go to the “Display” tab and select as shown below.

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4      Go to the “Advanced” tab and select “Filter” to be “None” and select the checkboxes as shown below.

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Orcad Netlist File Export

1       Click the “Create Netlist” at the top.

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2       Then on the following popup press “OK”.

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3       In case of issues with the Netlist please verify that the settings in the “Other” tab are as follows.

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Altium Netlist File Export

1        While viewing any “.SchDoc” file, navigate to Design -> Netlist For Project -> Protel2

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2        The file can be found in your project directory at “Projects Output For <project name>”

KiCad Netlist File Export

1       Navigate to File -> Export -> Netlist

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2       Then on the KiCad tab select “Export Netlist”

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Eagle Netlist File Export

1       Navigate to File -> Export -> Netlist.

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2       Navigate to File -> Export -> Partlist

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Note: Netlist file must have “netlist” in the file name and Partlist file must have “partlist” in the file name.

Zuken Netlist File Export

1       Navigate to Tool -> Forward Annotation -> Design Force.

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2       Export .NDF Netlist files.