In this short and simple tutorial I am going to walk you through how to use the Eagle autorouter with net classes. The net classes feature lets you select different widths for each net. This is useful if you for example want your power traces to be thicker than your signal traces. In this example we’ll set up a new net class for our ground net. And we’ll set the default width for all the other nets.
Printed Circuit Boards - Tutorials, Tips, and Guides to Get Started
Because your own PCB design makes it easy to design circuits with lots of components. And you can use modern chips that come as surface mount devices (SMD).
And PCB design is a skill that anyone can learn. Actually, it's both cheap and easy to get started!
This page contains a library of resources to help you get started designing your own printed circuit boards.
Tonight I will broadcast the 3rd and final part of the Arduino Shield Webinar – How to create your own Arduino Shield.
The three main methods of DIY PCB is etching, milling and using a PCB prototype manufacturer. Here is an overview of the three methods.
Learn how to create eagle scripts. In this article we’ll create a simple script to demonstrate the process.
An experiment in using the Eagle command line to design electronic circuits.
Designing an Eagle ground plane is very simple. It is done by using the “Polygon” tool. Follow these 3 simple steps.