GBR file extension

Below you'll find information on
2
known file types that use the .GBR file extension.


1.
Gerber File
Extension Added: May, 30th 2013
Last Updated: May, 30th 2013

Category:Data Files
Popularity: (Very common)

GBR (Gerber) files are used for storing printed circuit board designs. The GBR file format is the industry standard for creating PCB designs and it’s supported by all printed circuit board manufacturing machines.

GBR files contain instructions for the drilling and milling processes and also store information on the electrical connections of the board. Currently, the GBR file format is maintained and further developed by Ucamco. 


Windows
DesignGateway
GraphiCode
Mac OSx
gEDA
gerbv
Unix (Linux etc)
gEDA



2.
GIMP Brush
Extension Added: May, 30th 2013
Last Updated: May, 30th 2013

Category:Data Files
Popularity: (Average)

Files with the GBR extension can be associated with the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP). If they were stored on the computer during the GIMP installation process, they should be located inside the GIMP directory in the “brushes” folder.

The GBR extension name stands for “GIMP Brush”. GIMP is a freely distributed application used for raster and vector image manipulation, image authoring and image composition. GIMP works on all major operating systems.

GIMP Brush Files are created by using the “Save as Brush” option and contain brush settings such as spacing, layers, cell size, number of cells, etc. 


Windows
GIMP
Mac OSx
GIMP
Unix (Linux etc)
GIMP