For the remainder of 2018 we are running regular live webinars in conjunction with Altium. Join us and learn more about CircuitStudio - a great value low cost PCB design solution for both individuals, small business and even enterprises looking to kit out multiple engineers. If you haven't yet evaluated CircuitStudio then please download the trial and give it a go. Alternatively there's never been a better time to buy your own copybuy your own copy.

 

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6 Sep 2018

Taking your CircuitStudio Design to Manufacture (Sep 6, 2018)

You’ve had a great idea, captured the schematic, and laid out your PCB. Now you need to get it manufactured. Join our webinar to better understand how to take your design through to manufacture. Avoid costly mistakes by getting it right first time. We will be covering:

  • Design rule configuration
  • Running DRC and inspecting results
  • Cross probing
  • Checking net lengths (e.g. critical diff pairs)
  • Assembly drawings
  • 3D View / 3D PCB prints / Interactive 3D PDFs
  • Gerber files
  • NC Drill files
18 Oct 2018

Utilising Design Variants in CircuitStudio (Oct 18, 2018)

Join the webinar to learn about design variants and how they are a great technique when needing to produce more than one version of a board. For example, you have a common PCB but need to fit an extra sensor circuit for a high-end version of the product. Here’s what you will learn:

  • What are variants
  • Use cases
  • How to define in CircuitStudio
  • What can be varied (fitted/not-fitted, parameter values)
  • Viewing options in schematic / PCB editors
  • Effect on outputs (Gerbers, printing, BOM)
We will be hosting a Q&A session after the presentation so join us live.
29 Nov 2018

Creating Library Parts with CircuitStudio (Nov 29, 2018)

Learn how easy it is to create your own components (symbols and footprints). Along with the basics we will be demonstrating how to create complex symbols consisting of many different sections and how to map a symbol to a number of different footprints. What we will cover:

  • Intro – symbols, footprints and mappings
  • Creating a symbol
  • Multi-part symbols
  • Common pins & power pins on multi-part symbols
  • Footprints
  • Using the wizard
  • Pin mapping symbol -> footprint
  • Assigning multiple footprints to a symbol