Updated for 2020 evaluation standards!
- Characterize the design rules for your PCB production process: document feeds, speeds, plunge rate, depth of cut (traces and outline) and tooling.
- document your work (in a group or individually)
- Make an in-circuit programmer by milling and stuffing the PCB, test it, then optionally try other PCB fabrication process.
- Described the process of milling, stuffing, de-bugging and programming
- Demonstrate correct workflows and identify areas for improvement if required
- Linked to the group assignment page
- Documented how you made (mill, stuff, solder) the board
- Documented that your board is functional
- Explained any problems and how you fixed them
- Included a ‘hero shot’ of your board
Does the in-circuit programmer need to work to complete the assignment?
Answer: Yes. Your board must be recognized by the host computer and it must be able to communicate with the target board.
Do I have to include NC-files?