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What form of manufacturing output are you looking at? Gerber or PDF?
Are you looking at the correct one of the output files? Each layer is usually a separate file. Do you see the non-text content...
@TegwynTwmffat Hi, thanks for the heads up - although I haven't encountered any problems yet.
Is this with DesignSpark Electrical or DesignSpark PCB?
Please also see the first of our new videos which covers the basics of the copper pour and is currently on the the DesignSpark PCB start page.
This article presents my brief introduction to 7 segment displays.
This month we are focusing on Cypress BT Pioneer Kit which has now been ported with Zerynth, which now opens up a whole new world of Python-based programming opportunities. There is also the chance to win one.
Building an advanced audio effects unit for the Red Tin using the BeagleBone Black SBC and the Bela software with an audio processor cape.
Two-pole voltage testers weakest point is the cable as it is repeatedly bent, twisted, wrapped and put under constant strain, so Fluke's T110, T130, T150 now perform 6x better in cable bending tests
Electronic components are now included in many mechanical applications. The driving factors for this migration are due to the increasing complexity of mechanical designs coupled with user expectations for increased functionality.
The British Podcast Awards celebrates great British podcasts, and with an iTunes Podcast rating of 4.9 out of 5, we think that the first series of The DesignSpark Podcast, History Makers, fits the bill nicely!
Oh, what a night! Performing in front of an audience is always fun, but when you’re recording
We have noticed quite a few questions from our users regarding how to use Copper Pour within DesignSpark PCB. We have prepared a new video tutorial to show you step-by-step.
Rohm Semiconductor makes a wide range of sensors. Here we look at the sensor modules they have produced for the Sony Spresense development kit.
The previous article in this series, Getting into Digital Signal Processing: Sampling & Aliasing, covered the process of converting a continuous analogue signal into a series of digital samples. This time we’ll look at the reverse process.
Understand ripple voltage based on different types of capacitors such as MLCC, AO-CAP, KO-CAP, & Polymer Aluminum