Neutrik Americas partners with SnapEDA and CircuitBread

Published January 16, 2023

Neutrik Americas is expanding access to our engineering resources and tools through innovative agreements with SnapEDA and CircuitBread.

Neutrik & SnapEDA

Neutrik Americas is pleased to announce an agreement with SnapEDA, a provider of electronic component design data that bills itself as the “Google for electronics.” Based in San Francisco, SnapEDA grew out of engineers having to obtain part data from every supplier in a design. In an interview with EE World, SnapEDA founder Natasha Baker stated, “When I was designing boards, I was frustrated with the time I spent collecting component models and part data. I decided to start SnapEDA to help other engineers shorten design times.” The company focuses on providing engineers with design data, including schematic symbols, PCB footprints, and 3D CAD models.

Additionally, SnapEDA recently launched their Syndication Network which provides access to over thirty distribution partners, including Mouser, Master Electronics, Online Components, RS Components, and others. It will also provide engineers with access to plugins and direct partnerships to the leading design software platforms.

Please look for a full complement of Neutrik parts to be available when utilizing SnapEDA ( in 2023.

Neutrik & CircuitBread

Neutrik Americas is pleased to announce an agreement with CircuitBread to bring innovative and modern marketing and advertising tools to the electronics industry. By prioritizing a video tutorial approach, CircuitBread will provide a constantly expanding library of educational and informative videos aimed at all levels of engineers.

While best known for their video tutorials, CircuitBread also hosts a plethora of tools, calculators, equation libraries, and an ever-growing library of open-source textbooks in a powerful and responsive reader. CircuitBread focuses not only on function but also on form to make powerful tools easy to use.

CircuitBread is free to users. Stop by and have a look at