How To Make A Printed Circuit Board
Having complicated PCF software can be extremely defeating when you have your creative juices flowing to design a printed circuit board (PCB). Altium Designer, with its’ 30 years of development and world-class electronic design, take the frustrations out and allow you to passionately design your creation with ease.
Altium Designer software takes you through the steps on how to make a PCB, from your initial idea to the completion of your project. If you are new to Altium, take a look at the Exploring Altium Designer page to discover more about interface, how to use panels, and an overview of managing design files. With Altium’s software, a PCB project contains a set of design documents required to specify and manufacture a PCS.
Steps to starting a printed circuit board with Altium consist of:
Setting up a project file listing documents in the project, as well as project-level settings
Adding a new schematic sheet to the project
Setting up appropriate document options before you start drawing your circuit
Reviewing components and libraries in Altium Designer
Making libraries or content vault available to access your components
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