Using EAGLE: Schematic
Resources and Going Further
This tutorial is the first of a pair. The next tutorial, Using EAGLE: Board Layout, will use the schematic we designed here to lay out a “Bare Bones Arduino” PCB. If you’re headed over to that tutorial next, you can get a head start by clicking the Generate/Switch to Board icon – – to create a board based on this schematic.
If you’d rather read about other EAGLE-related concepts, here are some tutorials you may want to check out:
- How to Create SMD PCBs – This is a more advanced and fast-paced EAGLE tutorial. In this one, we focus on laying out a more complex, surface-mount (SMD) design.
- How to Create SMD Footprints – If you want to create unique parts in a library, check out this tutorial.
- Making Custom Footprints in EAGLE – Another footprint-making tutorial. This one details a unique process for making a custom 1:1 footprint.
If you’d like to share your PCB creations with the world, check out these tutorials: