Introduction: NodeMCU V3 Lolin V0.1 Fritzing Part - Fixed Lengh 28.7mm
I have notice that, the NodeMCU Fritzing Part in many forum topics have a different length for NodeMCU V3 Lolin v0.1, where this version have 1.1 in ( 27,9mm) between pins.
For a better understanding about this mater please read on https://frightanic.com/iot/comparison-of-esp8266-nodemcu-development-boards/#v3 link before consider it in your projects.
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Step 1: Chose Your NodeMCU Part As Reference (.FZPZ)
1- Chose your reference part using as a base this video
a)Chose your nodeMCU v1 or V2 .fzpz file. You will notice that the distance between pin isn´t 1.1inchs for the V3 version.
b)See how you need to prepare the 5 files for editing
c)You only need to change the PCB and Breadboard .SVG Files
d)You need use Adobe Ilustrator for SVG files editing and export.
Step 2: Save You New SVG Files Using Adobe Ilustrator
Save your SVG files using the follow format:
- "SVG Tiny 1.2" format and;
- UNCHECKING THE "FLEXIBLE" or in english version: "Responsible" box, as showed in a foto(Spanish Version but is easy to understand).
-Export the Bradboard and PCB new files
Step 3: .FZPZ File Generation
The FZPZ file is a simple ZIP FILE in truth. For FZPZ file generation you will need:
1-Select the 5 files how showed in a first step video (including the one FZP and two SVG files)
2-Zip them using you prefered zip aplication
3-Rename the zip file (.ZIP) to .FZPZ
Step 4: Import to Fritzzing a FZPZ File
1- Load the Fritzing Application
2-Open a new document
3-Import a new part clicking in a Component window where you see tiny red lines in a right side of windows and using a right side click of mouse and chose Import.
4-Chose the FZPZ archive the you generated in a step before.
5-You have to notice that your new part will be in a MINE carpet
6-So, leave Fritzing keeping the import part.