Homemade PCB Etching (through hole parts) – Part 1

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In this small video series I will show you how to make your own single layer PCBs at home. I will mostly talk about the design of the board itself in part 1. The main focus will be on the program Eagle from Cadsoft.

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Eagle PWB Design With Matt Berggren


Eagle is a house-hold good name for all Hackaday regulars. This is the time to be familiar with approaching features, have your ‘how do I do this in Eagle?’ questions solved, and have your wishlist items heard. Come along on Friday at 12:00 PST for a real-time Hack Chat about the Eagle PWB Design computer software.

Hosting this week’s talk is Matt Berggren, best known on Hackaday.io as technolomaniac. Matt is the Director of Autodesk Circuits and with Autodesk’s purchase of Eagle last summer, the famous schematic design and PWB layout software falls under his purview. He’s got a considerable experience in designing printed circuit boards -if you could do it in EDA software he knows how -this can be an amazing opportunity to get replied the questions which were stumping you.

Please don’t let pass this Hack Chat! And here is a useful on-line gadget that will help turn 1/13/17 at 12:00 PST to your native time.

Here’s The way you can Engage In:

Hack Chat are live community events that take place in the Hackaday.io Hacker Channel. Check out that website page (make sure to are signed in) and seek the “Join this Project Button” in the upper right. When you’re part of the Hacker Channel, the button will plunge to “Team Messaging” that walks you to the Hack Chat.

You don not have to look ahead to Friday, join Hack Chat any time you would like and take a look at what the community is now talking about.

Come Along Next Week As well for KiCad!
Are you even more of a KiCad guy than an Eagle guy? It is best to still visit this week to find out whether Matt changes your mind. But keep away your work schedule next week when Wayne Stambaugh, one of the lead developers of KiCad will come along for a Hack Chat on Friday, 1/20/17.

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