Tutorial 1 for Eagle: Schematic Design

In this first tutorial on CadSoft Eagle, I’ll show you how to get the program up and running, how to navigate the interface, how to design your first schematic, and how to use DesignConnect to build a Bill-of-Materials.

Learn more and download the supporting materials for this schematic on my website: http://www.jeremyblum.com/2012/06/09/tutorial-1-for-cadsoft-eagle-schematic-design

All Eagle Tutorial example materials will be available on my GitHub: https://github.com/sciguy14/Eagle-Tutorial-Series

This tutorial has been made possible with support from CadSoft and element14. Learn more about Cadsoft Eagle here: http://www.element14.com/cadsoft

You can download CadSoft Eagle here: http://www.cadsoftusa.com/

You can download the Adafruit Eagle Library that I used in this tutorial here: https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit-Eagle-Library

If you can’t wait to learn more about using Eagle, Sparkfun has an excellent series of written tutorials that you can check out here: http://www.sparkfun.com/tutorials/108

Eagle PWB Design With Matt Berggren


Eagle is a household name for virtually all Hackaday regulars. Right here is your opportunity to learn about forthcoming features, get your ‘how do I do this in Eagle?’ questions clarified, and get your wishlist items heard. Join us on Friday at 12:00 PST for a live Hack Chat regarding the Eagle PWB Design computer software.

Hosting this week’s conversation is Matt Berggren, commonly known as on Hackaday.io as technolomaniac. Matt is the Director of Autodesk Circuits and with Autodesk’s buying of Eagle last summer, the favored schematic design and PWB layout software falls under his acumen. He has an in depth foundation in designing printed circuit boards -if you could do it in EDA software program he knows about how -this is definitely an exceptional chance to get responded the important questions which were stumping you.

Really don’t ignore this Hack Chat! Right here is a helpful online based gadget that can help turn 1/13/17 at 12:00 PST to your local time.

Here is How you can Engage:

Hack Chat are live community activities that happen in the Hackaday.io Hacker Channel. Take a look at that webpage (remember to be signed in) and check out the “Join this Project Button” in the top right. Once you’re part of the Hacker Channel, the button will switch to “Team Messaging” that takes you to the Hack Chat.

You don not need to watch for Friday, join Hack Chat any time you favor and set eyes on what the community is presently speaking of.

Join Us Next Week Too for KiCad!
Are you more of a KiCad man than an Eagle man? It is best to still visit this week to see if Matt changes your mind. But block out your calendar next week when Wayne Stambaugh, one of the lead developers of KiCad will show up for a Hack Chat on Friday, 1/20/17.

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