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.GTP File Extension

File Type 1Gerber Top Solder Paste Data File

4.0 (4 Votes)
CategoryData Files

What is a GTP file?

Data output file created by Printed Circuit Board (PCB) CAD tools such as Autodesk EAGLE; contains layout data for the top paste layer of the PCB for creating stencils to apply paste to the board; written in RS-274X, which is the most common and contemporary Gerber format.

More Information

The GTP file acts similar to a .PDF file. It is an exported version of the PCB layout and used to create stencils to apply paste to boards for adding surface-mount devices (SMD), like pads. It is meant to be viewed and referenced but not edited.

NOTE: The Gerber format was originally developed by Gerber Systems but is now maintained by Ucamco.

Common GTP Filenames

[projectname].gtp - The GTP file is named after the name of your PCB project.

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Programs that open GTP files
Updated 7/20/2017

File Type 2Guitar Pro File

DeveloperArobas Music
3.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryData Files

.GTP File Association 2

Guitar Pro data file used by Guitar Pro versions 1 and 2; contains tablatures for guitar or bass instruments; used for recording and saving scores that can be printed or played back.

Programs that open GTP files
Updated 1/20/2011

File Type 3GNOME Theme Package File

DeveloperThe GNOME Project
2.0 (1 Vote)
CategorySettings Files

.GTP File Association 3

Theme package file used by GNOME, a program that allows users to customize their desktop settings in Linux; contains a theme_name directory that includes an index.theme file and gtk and metacity directories; saved in a gzip-compressed-tar format.

More Information

GTP files may be installed by double-clicking them in a GNOME environment.

Programs that open GTP files
Updated 1/19/2010

About GTP Files

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