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.EPF File Extension

File Type 1EAGLE Project

DeveloperAutodesk
Popularity
4.3 (3 Votes)
CategoryCAD Files
FormatN/A

What is an EPF file?

An EPF file is a project created by EAGLE, a Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) designing program. It contains project information such as version and platform. EPF files include references to boards (.BRD file) and schematics (.SCH file) that are associated with the project.

More Information

To create an EPF file, select File → New → Project, and name the file or else it will be given the default name "New_Project." You can view the file in the Control Panel of the application under "Projects," it will be located in the "eagle" folder. You can also view the file in the directory it was saved, most likely in the Documents folder.

NOTE: Autodesk EAGLE was formerly known as CadSoft EAGLE. The software was acquired by Autodesk in 2016. EAGLE stands for "Easily Applicable Graphical Layout Editor."

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Programs that open EPF files
Updated 7/20/2017

File Type 2Edgecam Educational Part File

DeveloperPlanit Software
Popularity
3.0 (3 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

.EPF File Association 2

Part file created by Edgecam Student Edition, an educational version of Edgecam used to train students for part design and manufacturing; contains a part design, including geometry, toolpaths, and other part properties.

More Information

NOTE: EPF files are the Student Edition equivalent of .PPF files. They cannot be used to generate NC (Numerical Control) machine code. They also cannot be saved as PPF files in the Student Edition.

Programs that open EPF files
Windows
Planit Edgecam
Updated 3/24/2010

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