|PCB Layout without Schematic? [message #152421]
||Fri, 20 September 2013 12:42
Registered: September 2013
In the past, I've drawn all my PBC's on Adobe photoshop or illustrator
however I would like to start the transition over to Eagle as the
designs are getting more complex.
Having downloaded, installed the free copy and followed the tutorials
about making up an electronic schmatic and then moving it to the
designer part to design the PCB.
Am I able to skip the electronic schmatic?
The next few sets of boards I need to produce are 5V powerboards (One 5V
input and 4 * 5V outputs) all nice and simple with screw terminals for
both the inputs and the outputs.
Using illustrator I can mock the board up within 10 mins but that
defects the point of learning eagle :) .
Is it a case of all boards start with a schmatic? or is there a way to
skip the schmatic and draw the pins stright to a pcb board?
Many thanks for your answers,
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