For my How to Make (Almost) Anything class, I spent several weeks learning electronics design and fabrication. This involved using the Eagle platform in Fusion360 to make legible and effective schematics and rout organized PCB designs. To fabricate the physical circuit boards, I milled my designs on Roland MDX-20 and SRM-20 machines, then stuffed and soldered all the components. Then, I bootloaded the microcontrollers using an Atmel-ICE and programmed the boards through the Arduino IDE. Click on the photos in the gallery below to learn more about my PCBs!