Finally finished the PCB for the main circuit and the adapter board for the RGB rotary encoder. This is only my 3rd PCB so I’m not very good doing the layout, but it is getting easier with practice and I show a few tips I learned along the way. At the end of the video I show the submission process to Oshpark.
These tutorials are how I got started learning how to do this:
All the PCB’s are available at https://oshpark.com/profiles/dparson
Eagle PWB Design With Matt Berggren
Eagle is a house-hold reputable name for pretty much all Hackaday regulars. Here’s your chance to understand more about coming features, have your ‘how do I do this in Eagle?’ questions resolved, and have your wishlist items heard. Join us on Friday at 12:00 PST for a realtime Hack Chat in relation to the Eagle PWB Design computer software.
Hosting this week’s talk is Matt Berggren, also known on Hackaday.io as technolomaniac. Matt is the Director of Autodesk Circuits and with Autodesk’s buying of Eagle last summer, the widely used schematic design and PWB layout software falls under his grasp. He has an intensive qualifications in designing printed circuit boards -if you can do it in EDA software application he is sure of how -this is definitely a wonderful chance to get responded the questions which were stumping you.
Please don’t overlook the Hack Chat! Listed below is a very helpful online application to help you switch 1/13/17 at 12:00 PST to your local area time.
And here is The way you can Get Involved:
Hack Chat are live community events that occur in the Hackaday.io Hacker Channel. Check out that website page (you should always be signed in) and find the “Join this Project Button” in the top right. When you are associated with the Hacker Channel, that button will change to “Team Messaging” that takes you to the Hack Chat.
You don’t need to await Friday, join Hack Chat any time you favor and check out what the community is at present talking over.
Join Us Next Week Way too for KiCad!
Are you more of a KiCad man than an Eagle man? You ought to still head to this week to determine if Matt changes your mind. But filter out your schedule next week when Wayne Stambaugh, among the list of lead developers of KiCad will show up for a Hack Chat on Friday, 1/20/17.