Eagle SCH and BRD

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^ (Project using Beetle board instead of custom PCB)

Custom PCM Eagle files and PDF: https://github.com/hellonun/homemade_hardware/tree/master/slide_pcb

Questions:

  • Do we need to connect GND and VDD on each side of the chip together?
  • How much warning is allowed regarding the wire touching (the pins on the chip already has warning)
  • What are the 5×2 pads on the sides of the micro USB? Are they to lock the cable? Or should they be connected to something?

NOTE: the 3 headers are to connect to the slide // I tried to model the slide but doing it this way saves space because the USB connector is at the same spot as the pins on the slide

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(Maybe I want to make cut-corner edges to make them fitted to the wood/acrylic underneath)

This is the sketch of each layer of the device. The PCB in this case will replace the Beetle board (at the bottom).

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Once assembled, the device will look like this

(SIDE VIEW)

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(PERSPECTIVE VIEW)

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