After this course you will know how to design your own boards in OrCAD and Allegro. If you are planning to become a professional hardware design engineer, if you are moving to OrCAD & Allegro from different software or if you have never designed any board before and you would like to learn it, this course will help you.This course is for everyone who would like to start with OrCAD and Allegro.
If, within 30 days of placing your order, you discover that our courses do not meet your expectations, you will receive a full refund.
Our instructors are highly experienced professionals and recognized authorities in the technical world.
You will receive a course certificate upon completing coursework and finishing the course.
Our instructors share their knowledge and experience with you to make your learning process easier.
What you will learn in this course
Starting a new project. Creating and drawing schematic symbols (1x2 header, 360R resistor, LED). Drawing schematic.
Creating pads (through hole pad, SMD pad for resistor, SMD pad for LED), a VIA and footprints (1x2 header footprint, 0603 LED footprint, 0805 resistor footprint). Updating and Annotating schematic. Fixing warnings and running DRC.
Starting a new PCB. Component placement. Setting up rules and stackup. Doing PCB Layout - Routing PCB. Adding changes into schematic and updating PCB. Editing footprints and updating PCB. Finishing PCB. Checking PCB for errors, Running DRC.
Generating outputs for manufacturing
Generating files for manufacturing (Gerber files, NC drill file). Printing Assembly Drawing and other layers. Generating Pick & Place file. Printing Schematic. Generating Bill of Material (BOM).
Choose from three different pricing plans that meet your needs and expectations. Begin your learning journey today.
Ideal for Students & Hobbyists
Online video access for 7 weeks for 1 person
Every online access can be extended for free for 1 month
With over 20 years of experience in the electronics industry, Robert Feranec is a distinguished engineer who has contributed to numerous high-profile projects. His diverse roles include hardware designer at VOIPAC Technologies and senior hardware engineer at EUROTECH.
The Start with OrCAD and Cadence Allegro course consists of 4 lessons. Each lesson has a different length depending on the topic discussed in the given lesson. The total length of the course is 2 hours.
What do I need to take this course?
To take the Start with OrCAD and Cadence Allegro course, you will need access to OrCAD and Allegro Cadence software.