- Differences between OrCAD Capture and PCB Editor
- Starting a new project in Capture
- Organizing schematic parts
- PCB design in PCB Editor
- Manufacturing and design constraints
- Troubleshooting design errors
- Generating PCB documentation
Skill Level Intermediate
- Printed circuit boards or PCBs are the backbone of what enable nearly all electronic devices to work, including your television, cell phone, and laptop computer. OrCAD, also knows as Allego, is the industry's most popular and most powerful computer aided design tool for making printed circuit boards, including those used in Apple products. Being a PCB design engineer, is an exciting role that truly combines both logic and creativity. Often, it's the designers who have both a process driven mindset and an innovative way of thinking, who excel at PCB design. Hi, I'm Kirsch Mackey. I'm an electrical engineer and educator. Join me on LinkedIn Learning, where we will go step-by-step using OrCAD Capture and PCB Editor to design and output a PCB.
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1. Getting Started
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4. Final Outputs
End of design and next steps1m 29s
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