Friday, December 10, 2010
I'm reminded of my high school light alarm project because I have been building an Arduino-derived circuit on the trusty 276-150 general purpose printed circuit board. An important part of my open source project is documenting the circuit and how it is assembled. Developers of Arduino-compatible platforms must release a schematic and a CAD drawing of the circuit board . The CAD program frequently used for this is an amazingly capable (and inscrutable) suite of software tools. Once the schematic has been designed, an intelligent process generates as much or as little of the resulting printed circuit board as the designer / engineer desires.
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