[sdiy] PCB faceplate large hole creation?
mbryant at futurehorizons.com
Fri May 28 21:07:36 CEST 2021
Yes it does seem to handle all the manufacturing quirks. For analogue PCBs I find it easiest to just design in EasyEDA, whilst for digital ones I use Zuken but then import into EasyEDA for a final check and to send it off to them.
As a test I imported the open-source Raspberry Pi CM4 IO card into EasyEDA from KiCad and it had quite a few errors that KiCad apparently wasn't throwing up.
From: doug at synthark.com [mailto:doug at synthark.com]
Sent: 28 May 2021 14:55
To: cheater cheater
Cc: Mike Bryant; Synth-diy
Subject: Re: [sdiy] PCB faceplate large hole creation?
I'm sure Mike can answer this better than I can, but I'm assuming EasyEDA accounts for any manufacturing quirks JLCPCB has, since it's their tool. That said, I've never had an issue uploading Gerber from Diptrace, along with CSV BOM and PnP files for PCB fab and assembly (although I do edit the BOM and PnP files a bit to match their formatting examples and part numbers).
On 2021-05-27 19:43, cheater cheater wrote:
> On Thu, May 27, 2021 at 9:06 PM Mike Bryant
> <mbryant at futurehorizons.com> wrote:
>> Or just recreate it in EasyEDA. It always seems that people who
>> design in EasyEDA get good results and those who import from anything
>> else, or miss out doing that altogether have problems and moan about
>> JLCPCB. A key thing is they don't claim to be compatible with a
>> footprint standard that I can't remember the name/number of - they've
>> gone their own way.
> Why does EasyEDA have such an advantage?
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