If you have held yourself back on certain ideas because you knew you couldn’t do it on a breadboard then wait no more! Now there’s no excuse not to make your own electronics project. This is the second part of the “How to Design the Perfect PCB” series discusses all of the details necessary to take your plans from schematic to manufacture.

You can read more over at my blog, and if you missed part one you can check it out here.

Image courtesy of Elias Bakken at Hipstercircuits.

Michael Leonard

Michael Leonard

I am currently a Graduate student at the University of Arkansas. I have a strong interest in making things whether that be software, hardware, or something else entirely doesn’t matter to me.

When I’m not working on something I am an avid SCUBA diver, enjoy travel, and love a good round of golf. I am currently pursuing my Private Pilot License and hope to have that completed by December 2013.

If you would like to learn more about me and what I am working on visit my blog linked below.

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