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Written by Adam Blau
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It has become easier than ever to dream up new, innovative electronic devices and to bring them into reality. The proliferation of small, high-quality manufacturers of printed circuit boards (PCBs) has made it such that virtually anyone with a home computer and a working knowledge of electronics can easily realize their inventions. Even better, these PCBs are available at an incredibly affordable price.

Creating PCBs Can Be as Easy as 1-2-3

Have you opened up a computer-aided design (CAD) program lately and played around with the features? If you haven't used CAD software before, you may be pleasantly surprised at just how easy and intuitive the interface can be on some applications. No longer is design software in the exclusive purview of the experienced mathematician or electrician.

In fact, design software has become simultaneously so deep and so idiot-proof that the machine can actually do most of the work for you! In some programs, all you have to do is drop in a larger section of a circuit (a light-emitting diode, an amplifier) and the PCB design software will either adjust the circuit immediately to accommodate it, or explain the steps necessary to achieve your goal. These innovations in design software have truly made it possible for even a child to start designing electronic devices.

Best of all, it is now easier than ever to have your virtual designs transformed into real, live printed circuit boards. In most cases, it is simply a question of uploading or emailing your design files to a PCB manufacturing company, and the board will be created with speed and accuracy. No longer do you have to fool with etchings or chemical baths for a poorly-built board. PCB production of your electronic designs can now be achieved in an inexpensive, high quality fashion.


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