Designing PCB using Autodesk Eagle for Everyone!
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Designing PCB using Autodesk Eagle for Everyone!

in this course you will learn step by step how to use and design your own PCB using the latest version of Autodesk EAGLE
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  • 7.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • 14 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Design PCB Using Eagle
  • Understanding how to Select the right components for your design
  • How create your Own libraries.
  • How to start your project and get the right material for your project.
  • How to improve your work using EAGLE and use EAGLE more professionally
Requirements
  • Your computer with Windows / MAC / Linux
  • connection to the internet.
Description

Autodesk Eagle consider as one of the best choices for anyone how want to design a PCB.

Autodesk EAGLE is free to use software with a capability to design up to 16 Layers PCB, CAM integration with Autodesk FUSION360, and Available for Windows/MAC/Linux operating systems.

in this Course you will learn how to use EAGLE's tools and how to use them to design your project.

this course contains 4 practical project to learn from,discussing in full details how to design your own library and how to add your own component,how to use ULP files , how to design a custom shape PCB.

Who this course is for:
  • Everyone How is looking for design PCB.
  • Engineers how want to take his next step in his /her career
  • Hobbyist and Makers How want to transform their Electronics design on breadboard to PCB
Course content
Expand all 74 lectures 07:18:17
+ Introduction
10 lectures 51:55

Hello everyone! and welcome to this course, the best way to learn how to design PCB using Autodesk EAGLE based on new Version 9.6 with all new features that introduced lately by Autodesk in the software will be covered in this course to let you fully understand Eagle and make you able to start your own design

Preview 01:12

In this lesson we will see how to download EAGLE on our devices and install it.

EAGLE compatible with Windows, MAC, Linux operating system.

Download and Install Eagle on Your device
03:08

In this Lesson I will take you in a quick tour to Control panel in EAGLE.

  1. We will learn how to create new files in EAGLE.

  2. User interface panel and How to change the Background and the Icon size in the software.

  3. Directories .... How to add and remove a new directory in EAGLE.

Control Panel in EAGLE
08:24

in this lesson we will take a look to Backup files in EAGLE, you will see some weird files inside you project folder, what they are? and how these files could be useful for you in a time of need?

Preview 04:36

as simple as it sounds, in this lesson we will see how to create new project in EAGLE.

and how to create new schematic and board files and link them to your active project, and How to delete your project.

Create a new Project in EAGLE
04:33

in this lesson we will take a quick look to the schematic editor tools Like:

  1. GRID

  2. ADD PART

  3. MOVE

  4. INFO

  5. ROTATE

  6. COPY

  7. DELETE

  8. GROUP

  9. ZOOM

  10. DESIGN MANAGER

and after this lesson you will be able to use them properly in any project you will face.

Introduction to Schematic Editor in EAGLE
07:00

In this lesson we will take a look at the most common library we will use in this course and also in many project you will face in the future like:

  1. RCL Library: for passive components (Resistors,capacitors,inductors).

  2. LED Library.

  3. Pin Header.

  4. supply library

Introduction to the most common libraries in EAGLE
07:22

in this lesson we will move away from EAGLE and take a look at resistors, how to select them? what's the difference between them?

Quick introduction to Resistors
06:04

in this lesson we will move away from EAGLE and take a look at Potentiometer, how to select them? what's the difference between them?and the application you might need the Potentiometer for.

Quick introduction to Potentiometer
04:00

in this lesson we will move away from EAGLE and take a look at Capacitors, how to select them? what's the difference between them?

Quick introduction to Capacitors
05:36
+ Your first project ASTABLE 555 Timer
11 lectures 01:01:14

in this lesson we will cover the Datasheets for all the components we want to use in this project.

select the application we want to design.

and select the components and the values for them.

Prepare your project
03:40

in this lesson we will add all the components necessary for this project using Add part and place them on the working sheet.


Schematic Editor:adding components to your project Part 1
06:43

in this lesson we will continue adding the components necessary for this project using Add part and place them on the working sheet.

Schematic Editor:adding components to your project Part 2
04:31

In this lesson we will see how to connect the components together in the schematic editor, and will learn how to use tools like:

  1. NET

  2. JUNCTION

Schematic Editor:Connecting the components
06:37

In this lesson we will polish and finish the schematic, and will learn how to use tools like:

  1. NAME

  2. VALUE

  3. LABEL

  4. ERC

Also we will see how to use Electrical rule check (ERC) and see the errors and warnings message we will get and how to deal with them.

for more details about the ERC please Go To (lecture 21)

Schematic Editor:Finishing the Schematic
07:19

In this lesson we will move to the layout editor and start moving the components to the board and arrange all the components to connect them together next time.

Layout Editor: Arranging the component on the Board
06:35

In this lesson we will route all the wires on board and will see how to use tools Like:

  1. NET CLASSES

  2. ROUTE

  3. RIPUP

and will see how to determine the width and clearance values for all the traces on board using NET CLASSES.

Layout Editor: Routing the components
07:00

In this lesson we will see how to apply a polygon to our board and how to connect it to a specific net/signal in your board

Layout Editor: How to Apply a polygon to your board
05:27

In this lesson we will see how to check our design for any mistake or error using Design Rule Check (DRC).

Layout Editor: Design Rule Check DRC
04:03

In this lesson we will finish the board and arrange all the values,names,texts on the board.

You can download my schematic & board , please check the resources

Layout Editor: Finishing the board design
07:03

In this lesson you will see the transform our design to a real PCB and will solder all the components and run the circuit and see the results.

Preview 02:16
+ things important to know about EAGLE
4 lectures 22:40

In this lesson we will discuss some warnings you will face if you run ERC and why these warnings are irrelevant and why you should ignore them.

Design Rule Check ERC Warning that you should ignore
06:10

In this lesson we will see the Layers in EAGLE's Layout editor and talk about them.

Introduction to Layers in EAGLE part 1
08:30

In this lesson we will see the Layers in EAGLE's Layout editor and talk about them.

Introduction to Layers in EAGLE part 2
04:48

In this lesson we will see How to create a Heatsink for 7805 regulator using the PCB Copper and tstop layer.

How to create PCB Heatsink using tstop layer
03:12
+ Your second Project Shift register 74595 LED controller
14 lectures 01:18:59

in this lesson we will cover the Datasheets for all the components we want to use in this project.

select the application we want to design.

and select the components and the values for them.

Prepare your project quick look to what we want to do
03:36

in this lesson we will add all the components necessary for this project using Add part and place them on the working sheet.

Schematic Editor:adding components to your project Part 1
03:39

in this lesson we will add all the components necessary for this project using Add part and place them on the working sheet.

adding components to your project Part 2
05:19

In this lesson we will connect all the components using a new tool called ( BUS) and will see how to do it in the new version of EAGLE and what's the benefits from using BUS tool .

Schematic Editor:Connecting the components using BUS tool
10:09

In this lesson we will connect the components using ( NAME ) and will see how to do it.

Schematic Editor:Connecting the components using Name method
06:03

In this lesson we will polish and finish the schematic by editing the names,values,texts and check any ERC message.

Schematic Editor:Finishing the Schematic
04:41

In this lesson we will see different way to set the board's dimension and add a dimension to it, and how to trim the board's corners and make them more rounded.

and we will learn how to use tools like:

  1. DIMENSION

  2. MITER

Layout Editor: set the board's dimension
03:08

In this lesson we will see how to arrange the components on board using:

  • Design manager.

  • Name and Command line method.

Layout Editor: Arranging the component on the Board part 1
10:29

In this lesson we will arrange the rest of the components on board (Resistors + capacitors)

Layout Editor: Arranging the component on the Board part 2
06:43

in this lesson we will see how to use a new tool called (REPLACE) and will use the pin header as an example to show you how to use it.

Layout Editor: prepare the board for routing
02:34

in this lesson we will see the new methods to route the boards in EAGLE that introduced lately.

we will see how to use:

  1. Route airwire tool

  2. Route multiple airwire tool

  3. Quick route airwire tool.

  4. Quick route multiple airwire tool

different ways to make routing you PCB more convenient and less time consuming.

Layout Editor: Routing the components Part 1
05:05

In this lesson we will route the rest of the wires  on board.

and will see how to use (VIA) to connect 2 different layers together.


Layout Editor: Routing the components Part 2
08:24

In this lesson we will add the polygon for the Top and Bottom layer and connect them to the ground.

and will run the DRC to see if we have any error to fix.

You can download my schematic & board , please check the resources

Layout Editor: Apply a polygon and run DRC
06:00

In this lesson you will see the transform our design to a real PCB and will solder all the components and run the circuit and see the results.

please download the demo code for Arduino from the resources

Preview 03:09
+ Special topics about EAGLE
10 lectures 01:01:32

In this lesson we will talk about Design blocks in EAGLE, what is the Design block ? and when should I use it? and How to create one.

How to create a Design Block in EAGLE part 1
08:00

In this lesson we will connect the design block's components together.

How to create a Design Block in EAGLE part 2
04:50

In this lesson we will arrange the components on the layout editor and save the block design

How to create a Design Block in EAGLE part 3
06:18

In this lesson we will use the block design we designed last time in a project and see how to use it.

How to create a Design Block in EAGLE part 4
07:50

In this lesson we will apply the polygon in different way this time and talk about the polygon Ranks.

Another way to apply a polygon to your board
05:07

Let's play a bit with polygon's ranks

polygon ranks
1 question

in this lesson we will see how to create simple board shapes like Circle in EAGLE

Create a custom Board shape (simple shape) part 1
03:05

In this lesson we will discover another method to create custom board shape using DXF files and we will see how to import it using ULP file.

Please check the resources to download the DXF file for Texas  I used in this lesson

Create a custom Board shape (using DXF File) part 2
04:53

in this lesson we will cover the ULP files in EAGLE and see how to use them

we will take about:

  1. Silkscreen ULP.

  2. copy polygon ULP

  3. Export image for your board.

ULP (User language programs) in EAGLE part 1
06:25

this is part 2 of ULP files in EAGLE, and in this lesson we will cover:

  1. Frequency and current measurement.

  2. mounting file

  3. renumbering the components.

  4. print inductor.


ULP (User language programs) in EAGLE part 2
06:18

will , not really 8 minute but you will see some of the amazing tools in EAGLE and how they can be useful for your project.

8 Minutes of Joy with EAGLE's Tools
08:46
+ Arduino Shield Project for 7 Segment and MAX7219 LED driver
11 lectures 01:22:36

in this lesson we will talk about:

  1. select the application we want to design.

  2. select the components and the values for them.

  3. Datasheets for all the components we want to use in this project.

Preview 05:23

In this lesson we will add all the components we need for this project, and see how to add a new component to our library folder in EAGLE

Please download the nfd 7 segment library from resources.

Schematic Editor:adding components to your project
08:16

In this lesson we will start connecting all the components together.

and we will use BUS tool again to do that.

Schematic Editor:Connecting the components using BUS tool
10:00

In this lesson we will continue connecting all the components together

Schematic Editor:Connecting the components part 2
04:41

In this lesson we will polish and finish the schematic by editing the names,values,texts and check any ERC message.

Schematic Editor:Finishing the Schematic
04:50

in this lesson we will place all the components on board and prepare them for routing.

Layout Editor: Arranging the component on the Board
08:16

In this lesson we will start routing the wires and set the rules for them using NET CLASSES

Layout Editor: Routing the components Part 1
10:03

In this lesson we will continue routing the wires together and see how to solve some issues we will face in this project.

Layout Editor: Routing the components Part 2
09:07

in this lesson we will apply the polygon and will introduce a new tool called

  • MEANDER

Layout Editor: Apply a polygon and introduction to meander tool
08:44

in this lesson we will put the final touches to our board by editing all the texts on board and answer some questions I asked you about in the last 3 lessons.

You can download my schematic & board , please check the resources

Layout Editor: Finishing the board design and answering some questions
09:05

In this lesson you will see the transform our design to a real PCB and will solder all the components and run the circuit and see the results.

please download the code for arduino from the resources

Soldering the PCB and test the board
04:11
+ Creating libraries in EAGLE and some miscellaneous Topics
12 lectures 01:16:25

In this lesson we will learn how to create a custom library in EAGLE.

we will select AT25SF321 Serial flash as an example.

we will create the library and draw the symbol for this component.

How to create a Library in EAGLE: Creating a Symbol for AT25SF321
07:54

In this lesson we will learn how to create a custom library in EAGLE.

we will create the footprint for SOIC8- 150mil package using a new method in EAGLE called (Package generator) and select an existing footprint available.

How to create a Library in EAGLE: Creating a Footprint for AT25SF321
06:00

In this lesson we will learn how to create a custom library in EAGLE.

we will create the footprint for SOIC8- 208mil  & DFN 8 packages using a new method in EAGLE called (Package generator) from scratch by adding all the dimension to the component

How to create a Library in EAGLE: another way to Create Footprint for AT25SF321
07:25

In this lesson we will learn how to create a custom library in EAGLE.

we will create the device for this library which will link the symbol and the footprints together.

please download the library from resources if you want to compare it with your library

How to create a Library in EAGLE: Create a device for AT25SF321
07:47

in the next 4 lessons we will see how to create a custom library in EAGLE, using another methods compared to the method we used in the previous 4 lessons.

we will select TLV700 Regulator as an example.

we will create the library and draw the symbol for this component.

different ways to create your Library in EAGLE: TLV700 Series Part 1
06:01

in this lesson we will see how to draw footprint from scratch.

We will use SOT23-5 package as an example

different ways to create your Library in EAGLE: TLV700 Series Part 2
07:12

in this lesson we will create a device to link the TLV700 Schematic and footprint together.

you will find the library in the resources

Preview 05:24

In this lesson we will see how to import an existing footprint in EAGLE and add it to our library.

we will add SC-70 footprint to our TLV700 library.

different ways to create your Library in EAGLE: TLV700 Series Part 4
04:21

In this lesson I will answer some of your questions regarding the DRC values and how to select them to your project.

How to select the Design Rule Check (DRC) values in EAGLE
06:39

In this lesson we will learn how to add a custom logo to your design and how to convert an image to use it as logo in EAGLE.

How to Add any custom Logo in EAGLE
08:06

In this lesson we will discuss one of the most important topic in EAGLE, how to create a gerber files ? and why we need them?

How to generate Gerber files in EAGLE
04:56

In this lesson we will see how to use the Gerber files we created last time to order a pcb online from:

  1. Seeedstudio

  2. OSHpark

  3. JLCpcb

How to order PCB online
04:40
+ Your time to route boards by yourself
2 lectures 02:56

Now it's your time to test yourself and see if you can route boards by yourself.

use all the skills and tools you learned in this course to achieve that.

download the files from the resources

Exercise : Arduino LCD1602 Shield
02:44