I'd say you are no where near being finished. Gerber files are created by the CAM processor.I think I have finished my small design in Eagle, Now I need to generate gerber files before sending it to fabrication house
take look at this screenshot and let me know if anything missing in design ?
You didn't tell me what I am missingI'd say you are no where near being finished.
Yes I am reading this page https://support.jlcpcb.com/article/43-how-to-export-eagle-pcb-to-gerber-filesGerber files are created by the CAM processor.
@jpanhalt Done in designAgree with SLK001. For one thing, your board needs an outline. Otherwise, you could end up receiving a very big PCB, but more likely, the board house will find the error and not process your order without more information.
@jpanhalt big thank you for helping meIt appears you are using a newer version of Eagle than I use.
1) Have you checked it with the board house? Some houses will require a two-sided board unless specified for one-sided, which might cost more. Easy to add a second side. Just make a polygon pour and name it something ("GND" is common, but not required).
Yes I am trying fix this issue. I went through auto routing option2) Similar to #1, you may want to consider a copper pour on the top side. You seem to have your traces and components on the same side. That can be done, but for through-hole components, one often sees the components on top and routing on bottom.
I am using below parameters3) What is the width of the connections?
4) Edit: be sure your labeling ("silkscreen") is readable and sufficiently large/thick to be easily read.
I want to make on single layer PCB component on the top side and traces on the bottom side2) Similar to #1, you may want to consider a copper pour on the top side. You seem to have your traces and components on the same side. That can be done, but for through-hole components, one often sees the components on top and routing on bottom.
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