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did you do this all by yourself or did you have help from a program(obviosly Adobe to show it off)
Eagle is what I use to turn schematics into PCBs.
i tried to make the board in eagle but it wouldn't let me auto-route it,because its the lite edition
i followed this schematic pdf, i found some problem:1. is the 4xAA battery pack for the servo output?2. is the 9v pp3 battery for the microcontroller?i found the voltage at the servo output is lower than the voltage at sensor input, why? is this correct?
Quotei tried to make the board in eagle but it wouldn't let me auto-route it,because its the lite editionThe lite edition can do autoroute.The only thing it can't do is really large boards, and more than 2 layers.
The integrated Autorouter can be started from a board window with the AUTO command. Please check your license to see whether you have access to the Autorouter module.
lol,been 2 lloooong months since i have been on here,the board didnt open in my version of eagle
I'll probably be posting a tutorial about creating my PCB for the $50 Robot as I've learned a lot.