En esta entrega de EAGLE 7.3, aprenderás como convertir tu diagrama esquemático en una placa de circuito impreso, para su posterior impresión y fabricación. analizaremos como hacer el route en forma manual, manejo de capas y mucho más. Por el Prof. Dante Vidal Coaguila Mayanaza. Labinel – Laboratorio de Informática y Electrónica
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Eagle PWB Design With Matt Berggren
Eagle is a house-hold term for more or less all Hackaday regulars. Here is your opportunity to understand more about forthcoming features, have your ‘how do I do this in Eagle?’ questions replied, and get your wishlist items heard. Join us on Friday at 12:00 PST for a live Hack Chat in relation to the Eagle PWB Design software application.
Hosting this week’s debate 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 popular schematic design and PWB layout software falls under his acumen. He’s got a vast history in designing printed circuit boards -if you possibly can do it in EDA software he knows about how -this is really an awesome opportunity to get solved the questions which were stumping you.
Please do not neglect this Hack Chat! And here is a effortless web-based tool for helping transform 1/13/17 at 12:00 PST to your localized time.
Here’s How one can Be Involved:
Hack Chat are live community parties that happen in the Hackaday.io Hacker Channel. Check-out that web page (be certain that you’re logged in) and hunt for the “Join this Project Button” in the upper right. When you’re associated with the Hacker Channel, that button will change to “Team Messaging” which brings you to the Hack Chat.
You don’t have to watch for Friday, join Hack Chat at any time you favor and watch what the community is currently discussing.
Join Us Next Week Too for KiCad!
Are you more of a KiCad person than an Eagle person? You might want to still visit this week to ascertain if Matt changes your mind. But offset your work schedule next week when Wayne Stambaugh, among the list of known developers of KiCad will appear for a Hack Chat on Friday, 1/20/17.