16 September Vanaf 14:00
These days you see it everywhere: in smartphones, remote controls, cars - even in places where you wouldn’t expect it. PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards) are those little green plates that are ubiquitous. But how do they actually work? And more importantly, how do you design them yourself?
For many, these green boards remain a complete mystery. After this workshop, that may no longer be true for you.
In this course, Erik Bozelie will explain how to go from an idea to a prototype and finally to a PCB design, which you can even have produced in China.
This course will mainly show you what steps to take and how to make your idea a reality using the open source program called KiCad.
Bring your laptop and install KiCad already.
About Erik Bozelie
Erik Bozelie is a professional embedded software developer and has worked for companies such as Alliander, DGT and Locamation. He is one of the active members at tkkrlab and can be found there weekly with various little projects.
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When : Saturday 16 September 2023 14:00-16:00
Cost : Free, book your ticket here
Language : Engels
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