Seattle Mini Maker Faire presentation

Welcome to Seattle Mini Maker Faire
Thanks to everyone who attended my presentation at the 2012 Seattle Mini Maker Faire on Sunday.
The presentation was an overview of creating a printed circuit board using the KiCAD suite of electronic design automation tools.

Here is a PDF of the slides I used for the presentation:
Release your hardware hacker potential with KiCAD

Also a big thanks again to DorkbotPDX PCB, Midnight Maker and Seeed Studio for the PCB samples, they were a big hit!

2 Responses to “Seattle Mini Maker Faire presentation”

  1. Brian says:

    Loved the class, definitely helped fill in some blanks. I snagged a Seeduino v3.0 PCB, do you know where I can find a BOM so I can populate the board? Some of the parts are obvious, but others, not so much.

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