Upload data via drag & drop

Simple: BOM creation using drag & drop

This software creates your Bill of Material (BOM) for your PCB simply by drag & drop!

Drag your files onto the field at the top of the banner, the configurator opens and you can select MAGIC-BOM® under "Assembly".

In the MAGIC-BOM® window that opens, confirm our proposal in the overview or choose a new component.

Magic wand: Quick results as if by magic

Fast: automatic component search

Instead of spending hours searching for components on various different distributor websites, you now have everything you need for your PCB projects in one complete convenient overview.

The price for components, assembly service and PCBs is displayed instantly.

We are happy to support you using our live chat or we can be contacted directly by telephone or E-Mail.

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Economical: inexpensive stock components

We have a large number of components in stock for you at very reasonable prices.

Our offer includes resistors, capacitors and diodes. Download our component list and integrate our components into your design.

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Make your MAGIC-BOM® cheaper and faster by following the name conventions in this document.

Create your Bill of Material - with MAGIC-BOM®

Here is an example of how to create a BOM using MAGIC-BOM®.

Supported data formats

Logo EAGLE .brd und .sch
Autodesk EAGLE

With EAGLE, the two files .brd and .sch must be uploaded separately. After the .brd file has been sent, the configurator is filled in first.
Logo Altium .pcbdoc
Altium Designer

Upload the .pcbdoc file using drag & drop. The configurator starts to count the components and shows the result next to the item "assembly".

After the configurator has counted all components, confirm the use of MAGIC-BOM®.
Logo KiCAD .kicad_pcb  .brd

Upload the .kicad_pcb or .brd file using drag & drop. After a short loading time, the MAGIC-BOM® Tool appears in a pop-up window that you only have to confirm.

MAGIC-BOM® - how it works

1) Upload PCB file

2) Overview

3) Component details

4) Find component

5) “Component Details“ window completed

6) “Component Position“ window


8) Your shopping basket - completion of the order


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