When creating ECAD library data, most designers build components within their CAD tool environment. Oftentimes, this is the only library creation tool available to a designer. Likely, the designer also feels most comfortable creating library data in the tool that they are familiar with and use regularly. However, there are distinct disadvantages to building a component in a CAD-specific format, especially when library data may need to be used in multiple CAD environments. At Ultra Librarian, we use a universal representation model for storing our data and find that it has many advantages. What are the best use models for both universal representation and CAD-specific data?
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