In this video I show you my tool chain to produce prototype PCBs. It starts with Eagle, continues with PCB-Gcode, GCode-Wizzard and Autoleveller. The whole thing is held together with a small java program written by myself.
You find this program on Github: https://github.com/SensorsIot/CNC-Milling
PCB-Gcode for Eagle: http://pcbgcode.org/
PCB-Gcode Wizzard: http://www.pcbgcode.com
Eagle PCB Design With Matt Berggren
Eagle is a household reputable name for all Hackaday regulars. Right here is the time to discover impending features, get your ‘how do I do this in Eagle?’ questions resolved, and get your wishlist items heard. Join us on Friday at 12:00 PST for a real time Hack Chat relating to the Eagle PCB Design application.
Hosting this week’s dialogue is Matt Berggren, commonly known on Hackaday.io as technolomaniac. Matt is the Director of Autodesk Circuits and with Autodesk’s purchase of Eagle last summer, the trendy schematic design and PCB layout software falls under his purview. He’s got a substantial background in designing printed circuit boards -if you possibly can do it in EDA software program he is sure of how -this really is a fantastic chance to get replied the important questions which were stumping you.
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Come Along Next Week Way too for KiCad!
Are you even more of a KiCad person than an Eagle person? You must still drop by this week to ascertain if Matt changes your mind. But eliminate your appointments next week when Wayne Stambaugh, among the list of lead developers of KiCad will join us for a Hack Chat on Friday, 1/20/17.