The class will start by demonstrating the use of Spice in EAGLE software to predict the performance of the circuit, and will analyze the results of the Spice simulation and how a component will dissipate its power. We will then show and verify the thermal simulation results and the iteration process via A360 collaboration. In a real-world scenario engineers and designers do not always get it "right" the first time, so it takes multiple backs and forths between the designer and the engineer to determine a design that works and is efficient, yet meets all specifications. We'll demonstrate this process between EAGLE and Fusion 360 software's capabilities, and show the class how a normal workflow in the industry would operate using EAGLE and Fusion 360 smoothly and seamlessly.
- Understand and perform the benefits of simulation in the electronics space
- Learn about the perv iteration process between EAGLE and Fusion 360 Simulation environment
- Learn how to make design choices based on the simulation results
- Understand and learn how to use the collaborative nature of A360
Technical Support Specialist at Autodesk supporting Fusion 360 with a background in Mechanical Engineering and FEA. Started my journey with Autodesk Support back in 2015 under Nathan Chandler. Now our support team has grown internationally and I am helping to train new Fusion support folks as the Knowledge Domain Expert for Fusion. Always feel free to reach out and say hi!
Began in the communications industry in the early 90's, shortly after joined the EAGLE team. I became and still am, part of the Support and beta team. Together with the business developers we drive support, community content and sales training regarding the PCB Design industry. Currently, Global Support Manager for the EAGLE support team at Autodesk. Spend much of my spare time riding the trails in South Florida avoiding alligators.