Discover some additional learning material such as the Altium help files and learning documentation.
- [Justin] In this course,…we have learned the fundamentals…of Altium Designer,…including how to generate a variety…of electrical drawings and schemata,…as well as PCB layouts and reports…to help us with our projects.…Some suggested next steps…to help improve your learning even further would be…to check out any additional LinkedIn learning courses…on Altium Designer or PCB Design…as there's a whole bunch…of excellent content available to us.…
Another great source of information…that I like to use is right within the software itself.…So I can just navigate to the help tab here.…And either New in Altium Designer…or Exploring Altium Designer are great sources…of information.…Essentially, this will just open…up the Altium documentation websites.…And there's a whole bunch of great content here…for new users, all the way up to advanced users.…
So we can run through whichever…of this documentation we may like.…You'll see there's quite a lot of information here…just to continue on with our learning even further.…Thank you very much for joining me…
- Working in the Altium interface
- Staring a new project
- Placing components
- Wiring schematics
- Annotating schematics
- Customizing the grids and units
- Placing PCB footprints
- Routing the PCB layout
- Creating schematic and footprint symbols in libraries
- Generating final output
Skill Level Beginner
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What is Altium?1m 9s
1. Getting Started
2. Schematic Design
3. PCB Design
5. Final Tools and Outputs
Next steps1m 29s
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