Because the free version of Eagle has restrictions. If you give someone an Eagle file then they must buy a copy of Eagle to work on it, or work within the restrictions of the free version. KiCAD has no restrictions, so you are not placing any burden on the person you give your KiCAD files to.GadgetUK wrote:Don't really see why the choice of tool used is important here, it's been used to do a job, the output of which is available for the community to make further use of if they choose to.
Though at £100.00 can not see the VFMfruitoftheloom wrote:https://www.wirelessthings.net/openpiame wrote:Is it more than a Raspberry Pi with an RF data transceiver?
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