This tool allows you to dynamically create pin label stickers for your ICs, connectors and other devices from a list of pin names, the device size and some parameters from your printer.
This version generates a tiled image that fills up all available label space.
The most important thing here is the device (or label) size and the printer DPI (Dots per Inch) value to ensure that the labels are of the correct size. Most label printers are 203 DPI or 300 DPI. Household printers range from 300 DPI to 1200 DPI or more. Please ensure you have the right number for your printer or you may have have to scale your image when printing. Print scaling should otherwise be turned off. Margins should be removed when printing and if not feasible, smaller paper size should be specified.
All sizes are in inches. Typical sizes for a standard DIP IC are 0.25″ width, or 0.5″ width for the wide parts like older DIP CPUs, RAMs and ROMs. Pins spacing is typically 0.1″.
Pin names is a comma separated list. The height of the label will be determined by the pin count and the pin spacing.