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If you have a schematic or a drawing, but do not have time or tools to complete the design, we can help you.
From 25 to 25,000+ pins, our PCB Design team of in-house electrical engineers can handle your toughest designs. These engineers are experts in PCB Design Services and specialize in using Allegro (a Cadence tool) and PADS (an Innoveda tool).
Just submit some basic design information, and we'll get you a quote for the work. Let us do the board layout, and we'll even place your board order for you. That's right, you send us the schematic, board outline, & BOM (with component datasheets), we will send you the finished design file and finished bare boards. The boards come with the source design file, so you and your staff can pick up from where we left off, make any necessary adjustments, and reorder, as needed.
MOKO PCB Design and PCB Layout Services Include:
Providing expertise for the physical layout of your completed schematic design. Working from a CAD tool design file, or a netlist are strongly preferred.
Performing the physical layout of your design, our free-to-use, fully-functional PCB design tool.
During manufacture, you can add any additional services (electrical test, assembly via Screaming Circuits, etc.).
Delivering to you the design file along with your finished PCB boards.
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There are 11 steps to the PCB design process & work flow which we cover in the pcb designing guide.
Step 1: Finalize your Circuit Design
Step 2: Choose PCB Design Software
Step 3: Capture Your Schematic
Step 4: Design Component Footprints – Once the schematic is complete its time to draw the physical outline of each of the components. These outlines are what are placed on the pcb in copper to allow the components to be soldered to the printed wiring board.
Step 5: Establish PCB Outline – Each project will have restrictions related to the board outline. This should be determined in this step since an idea of component count and area should be known.
Step 6: Setup Design Rules – With the pcb outline and pcb footprints complete, it is time to start the placement. Before placement you should setup the design rules to ensure that components or traces aren’t close together. This is only one example as there are probably hundreds of different rules that can be applied to a pcb design.
Step 7: Place Components – Now its time to move each component onto the pcb and begin the tedious work of making all those components fit together.
Step 8: Manual Route Traces – It’s necessary to manually route critical traces. Clocks. Power. Sensitive analog traces. Once that’s complete you can turn it over to Step 9.
Step 9: Using the Auto Router – There are a handful of rules that will need to be applied for using an autorouter, but doing so will save you hours if not days of routing traces.
Step 11: Output Gerber Files – Once the board is error free it’s time to output the gerber files. These files are universal and are needed by the pcb fabrication houses to manufacture your printed circuit board.