Altium Circuit Maker Beginner Course

Design a Power Distribution Board for Racing Drones
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (90 ratings)
3,827 students
Altium Circuit Maker Beginner Course
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (90 ratings)
3,827 students
basic understanding of electronic design process
how to get started with Altium CircuitMaker
get an Overview how eletronic is developed, guided with a simple example
How to Set up a Project in Altium Circuit Maker and add Schematics and a Printed Circuit Board Document
Draw a Schematic for a Power-Distribution-Board of a Mini-Quadrocopter
Search Components and place them on a schematic
Component Placement on a Printed Circuit Board
Routing a Printed Circuit Board for a Mini Quadrocopter
All the Steps of creating Manufactring Data for your Board

Requirements

  • you need basic PC skills, a Internet Connection to Stream and Download the Course and the included Files
  • Your PC should meet the following Minimum System Requirements: Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 (64-bit only) Intel® Core™ i5 processor or equivalent 4GB RAM 4GB hard disk space (Install + User Files)
  • its good if you have a basic knowledege of electronics but its not required

Description

The ultimate course to get to know how to work with Altium Circuit Maker. Create your own Power Distribution Board for a mini racing drone. Learn how to create a schematic and how to place componenets and wire them. Find out how electronics are developed.  After this course you can start to develop your own electronics. Getting started with Electronic Design has never been so easy.

Who this course is for:

  • Students who want to get a practice-oriented perspective in electronics development
  • Hobby electronics technicians who would like to start their own projects
  • Any hobbyist who wants to switch from Eagle to a more modern tool
  • Anyone who wants to understand how electronics are developed

Course content

3 sections • 16 lectures • 1h 54m total length
  • Introduction
    03:07
  • Installation of Altium Circuit Maker
    02:37

Instructor

Hardware Design Engineer
Sven Ingelfinger
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 90 Reviews
  • 3,827 Students
  • 1 Course

mechanical engineering background based on my apprenticeship as a CNC Operator

studies in mechatronics at the T1 HHN

8 years experience in Hardware Design and 6 years of it in everyday working experience with Altium Designer

about 40 projects from schematic design, component selection, HDI Layout

Migration of Altium Vault advanced skills in component database management