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In parts 1 and 2 of this series of blog posts, I shared how I design PCB's using CadSoftusa's Eagle PCB Design Software.   Having the design on screen is one thing, but holding an actual PCB in my hot little hands is quite another.       Although some PCB manufacturer's will take the .brd and .sch files, most prefer the gerber files. (This is a standardised format, in a similar way that pdf's are for documents).   For my previous boards, I have followed a tutorial I ...