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Creating A PCB In Everything: Eagle DRC and Gerber Files

For the next post in the Creating A PCB series, we’re going to continue our explorations of Eagle. In Part 1,  I went over how to create a part from scratch in Eagle. In Part 2, we used this part to create the small example board from the Introduction. This time around I’ll be going over Design Rule Check (DRC) — or making sure your board house can actually fabricate what you’ve designed.
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