Smallest unit in KiCAD is 1 nm. This is (1/1 000 000)-th of millimeter.
Quite precise for PCB design. For comparison the popular Eagle CAD base unit is 1 um which is 1000 times bigger, so KiCAD uses 1000 times more precise metrics than Eagle.
via olimex blog.
eFlow is a Reflow Oven Controller Powered by MAX31855, NodeMCU (ESP8266), @OSHPark PCB.
Here’s a fun project for turning any quality oven into a WiFi-enabled reflow oven; the firmware is at v0.01 with v0.02 already in the works, but it is demonstrated and “works great.” Thanks to jm from casler.org for sharing the full build details and source.
The source of eFlow is in Github, and documentations can be found here and here
10 Part Tutorial On Designing/Building A PCB using KiCAD
KiCad is becoming polished day by day. If you want to learn KiCAD then the time now it right. contextualelectronics.com has created 10 Part Tutorial On Designing/Building A PCB usinb KiCAD from start to testing the PCB. Checkout the course here
#TopoR – #Topological #PCB #Router
TopoR stans for Topological Router – is a unique high-performance topological router for printed circuit boards design.
+CNLohr have shared a how to video making of Clear Glass PCB. Watch this video, at the end you will not only learn how the make transparent PCB, but also trick like SMD reflow soldering with heat-gun, and general PCB etching method.
After you have mastered the art of making PCB with Glass, you can make some thing like this, Also checkout his youtube channel for more video tutorials.
#BackInStock #PCB #Heatbed MK2b for #RepRap and #3DPrinters @ DIY-India.com
Suitable for RepRaps, and Prusa i3 3D Printers now available at the best price in India from DIY-India.com
Buy now: PCB Heatbed MK2b – DIY-India.com
DesignSpark PCB is free, easy to use and learn software for capture Schematics, design PCB boards and layouts. This will help students, startups and hobbyist to turn concept to products in time at no cost investment
This Tutorial explains how to create a schematic diagram, add components, add connections and add net references in
Read the Completed Tutorial on DesignSpark PCB – Schematics Entry