I generated several libraries for Altium (or Circuit Studio) using Database Libraries which I then exported to IntLibs.
I realize you can get many of these parts from Altium or other third parties. I wanted to figure out on my own how I could scrape data from Digi-Key and (almost) automatically create part libraries.
Altium Designer has a powerful feature called Database Libraries which take an external database and link entries to a schematic symbol and physical footprint. The database can take many forms such as an Excel spreadsheet, Microsoft Access database, or in theory any SQL or ODBC source.
I’ll start here by giving you the libraries I generated and I’ll make another post about how I generated them.
INTLIBs (for Altium or Circuit Studio):
Panasonic ERJ resistors libraries download
Murata capacitors libraries download
DBLIBs (for Altium only):
Panasonic ERJ resistors Altium DBLIB
Murata capacitors Altium DBLIB
There are 6,029 resistors, all are Panasonic ERJ series. The resistors are split up into 6 different IntLibs according to package size: 0201, 0402, 0603, 0805, 1206, 2512. I scraped the data from Digi-Key to create these libraries and thus they contain a significant number of parameters that you can use for your BOM generation.
The capacitor libraries are similar. There are 4,739 capacitors in 6 different libraries split up according to package size: 0201, 0402, 0603, 0805, 1206, 1210. They all contain similar parameters as the resistors. All capacitors are Murata – because it was easier to scrape one manufacturer without getting thousands of duplicate value parts.