Eagle PCB Layout Class and New Motor Boards.


We're broadcasting (or attempting to broadcast) our Stenciling Class! It begins at... 5PM MST (which is in 7 minutes so I have to run!). Checkout our Ustream.tv page to catch all the feeds. I think we're even trying to use lapel mics tonight. Wild!


 

Eagle PCB Layout Class - March 11th 2009



On March 11th at 5pm, we will be hosting a 2 hour Eagle PCB Layout Class. Discussions will include intermediate to advanced PCB layout techniques Spark Fun engineers have learned over the years, in addition to some general design for manufacture (DFM) rules. Please come and join us! We will also be broadcasting LIVE  on UStreamTV.



Attention all you musicians out there! This is a true plug-n-play MIDI Controller board, in which the user can easily implement their choice of control elements (example: switches, pots and/or faders). There are 32 analog or digital inputs that provide MIDI note or continuous controller data to your host application. Check out the helpful forum dedicated to this board here.



We now have a High-Power Motor Driver rated up to a ridiculous 21Amps with a heat sink or a continuous 15Amps without. Uses a discrete MOSFET H-bridge to drive one DC brushed motor.



More motor boards. This is a Serial Motor Controller that allows any TTL serial port to control 2 brushed motors. The board also supports daisy chaining!

Always keep an eye on the Ding and Dent category. You never know what might pop up...

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  • I participated in the class last night, which was excellent. Thanks to Abe, Matt, Nate, Bob and Heather for their excellent support and help. Took some pictures, some notes, and have a (very short) movie on YouTube and some Livescribe audio notes that you might find helpful if you missed parts of the broadcast or couldn’t hear some of it.
    Wrote it up at: http://tinyurl.com/b9mfqy if you’re interested in reading.

  • I’ll definitely be burning a day of vacation to watch the UStream of the PCB class! (I live in Japan…)
    Tim

  • I’m on Pacific Time, but I’d still find it much more convenient to watch a recording than a live stream.

  • Thanks for streaming the stencing class video. I really enjoyed listening in remotely.

  • Will the (recorded) stream be available for viewing it later? Since the show is in the middle of the night for us Europeans, I am probably sleeping while it is being broadcasted.
    It’s much appreciated!


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