Learning OrCAD v17.2 for 2-layer and 4-layer PCB Design . Learn how to build your own PCB from scratch . Route a PCB and how to do PCB stack-up with copper planes and copper pours . Create a 3D model of your printed circuit board . Produce Gerber, Drill and Pick and Place files for manufacturing your PCB . Build a professional Bill of Materials (BOM) Create assembly drawings and pick and place data for your PCB. Prepare documentation to manufacture your PCB If you would like to have a head start on Orcad schematic, “If you want to have an early start onAPI quota exceeded. You can make 500 requests per day.
Who this course is for:
Electrical/electronics engineering university students who have taken Circuits 1 or understand Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws.
Hardware/electrical engineering professionals moving from a different PCB CAD software, such as Altium, PADS, DipTrace, etc.
College Professors in electrical/electronics engineering who want to introduce their students to gain some knowledge in printed circuit board design using industry standard software
College Junior Electrical and Electronics (or ECE) Engineering students who don’t know where to start or what software to choose for PCB design
Those who understand Ohm’s law, transistors, resistors and capacitors and dc voltage and current, who want to learn a commercial PCB design tool so they can get a job and practically perform in it
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