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Congrats to the Cornell University, Autonomous Underwater Vehicle team who submerged in success winning 1st place at RoboSub2014 competition! Team Leader Mark Lee speaks on how EAGLE PCB tools made the difference.   My name is Mark Lee and I am the leader of CUAUV. It is a pleasure to meet you, and thank you for the congratulations! Many of the sub-team leaders on the CUAUV electrical team used EAGLE last year for our projects, such as the custom carrier board and motor-controller boar ...
In my previous post on Starting out with Eagle I followed Jeremy Blum's tutorial to build a 555 timer circuit using Eagle's schematic editor. I've now followed the next video and put together a PCB.   Before moving on from your schematic to PCB, I strongly advise running through the ERC or "Electrical Rule Check", this will tell you if you've done things like shorting the powersupply, left pins unconnected or in my case appear to have connected two nets but have actually just overlaped the ...