Sounds good, I’d be interested in following along.
I would follow. I have an interest in spacing and layout as well as efficient use of KiCad.
Very good! Can't wait to see it!
Always up to learn new things.
I too would be interested in learning more about the KiCad.
Sounds interesting. I’ve been thinking that I might want to design something this summer. I haven’t done a PCB design in years. I used to use Cadence Allegro.
This would be great to see
I'm very interested to learn about KiCad too - nice to see that it's free and open source!
I've been using Eagle, but so far I've only created one board (and a couple of basic designs that I never got printed).
I'm just starting on a second one, so the timing is perfect.
It's all hobby for me, but with custom PCB prices dropping so low right now I'll likely do a lot more for future projects.
What is your YouTube channel?
I am an Embedded Systems Engineer, I am currently working on a Master's in Computer Engineering, and I just started a YouTube channel to share some of my skills! I know many people are becoming more and more interested in PCB design, and I have been thinking of starting a series that covers how to use the EDA KiCad. I use KiCad as my daily driver at work with all of the design that I do, and I am curious as to how many people would be interested in seeing this series. I just launched my first short series where I am taking a project from the Zachtronics game Shenzhen I/O and I am walking through the design as an actual engineer might solve the problem. The project is a simple fake security camera, and it really is only a microcontroller and a few LEDs. But I have designed a professional circuit board, and I am going to design the mechanical enclosure to look like a little security camera, and I will finish up with some code and the full assembly. I shared a comment on today's Element 14 video about common PCB design pitfalls, and mayermakes suggested I should share what I am doing here. I am excited to share some of my experience with others, and I hope that some will find this interesting.