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crusader66:
Hey all.  I've recently been attempting to use Eagle PCB.  Anyone happen to use this software?  If so, do you have a library for a MC68HC16Z1CEH25 or something that comes in same package?  If I could just get the package, I'd be happy as hell.  Nothing I hate worse than drawing the package. 

OhmEye:
If you have the 144 TQFP pin package, perhaps one of the footprints in the lattice library will work, or at least make it easier to create one. I don't see any 132 pin PQFP packages at all in a search of my libraries, so sorry, no I don't seem to have a library for it either.

Best of luck to you! I hope somebody else here can help :-\

tyblu:
You have to make your own parts in every design you make. Stock libraries are sparse, restrict you to old parts, and may have the wrong or outdated footprints.

crusader66:
I usually draw my own symbols and packages but thought I might try to cheat a little on this one.  Thanks to OhmEye and tyblu for responding.  It was worth a shot. 

Chasm:
Take a look at the ref-packages.lbr and ref-packages-longpad.lbr libraries.

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