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PCB Guide Part 6 - Fill zones, decoration and production
Now that the routing is finished, let's tune the PCB up. Step 11. Ground fills You may remember the mention about how the crystal zone is sensitive.We can protect it, along with other components, from external electrical noise through the use of ground fills...
https://github.com/ai03-2725/ai03-pcb-guide This repository contains the latest version of the example PCB built following the guide.
Occasionally, you'll want to use breakaway tabs in your PCB to combine a few PCBs into a single physical board that breaks apart. This guide explains how to use them to your advantage. 1. Obtaining the footprint Grab the random-keyboard-parts.pretty library...
PCB Quantity vs Price Comparisons
Using JLCPCB price quotes. All blanks; no PCBA cost factored in. First set of data without shipping; Second set of data including DHL shipping to US:
A short guide by PyroL. Free yourself from those prebaked, out-of-date and several-hundred-commits-behind tools! All info available at https://docs.qmk.fm/ Getting QMK Using your favorite command-line, clone the main repo by running: git clone https://git...
PCB Guide Part 7 - USB-C and LEDs
Notice: This page is incomplete and is currently being written. Let's spice up the project with a more versatile connector and a bit of eyecandy. Step 16. Switching to C Until this page is complete, see https://wiki.ai03.com/books/pcb-design/page/usb-type-c
Brutally honest truths of designing cases
This addresses the most common issues I see with case design. 1. Don't one-off that one-off. "I want to make this keyboard, but I don't want to sell it, so I'll just make one for myself." Sounds reasonable for the designer, yes. However, keep in mind th...