Main Menu


    - Driver 
    - Graphic & Design 
    - Internet 
    - MacOSX 
    - Multimedia 
    - Office 
    - Portable 
    - Security 
    - System 

    - Mp3 
    - Music Video 

    - PC 
    - Console 

    - Audiobook 
    - Comic 
    - eBook 
    - Magazine 
    - Video Training 

    - Amine 
    - Cam 
    - DVD 
    - HD/BluRay 
    - TV Show 
    - Documentary 

    - 3D Model 
    - icon 
    - Font 
    - Footage 
    - Photoshop 
    - Template 
    - Vector 
    - Stock 
    - Script/Plugin 
    - Wallpaper 

    - iOS 
    - Android 
   Books / Video Training : Tech Explorations™ KiCad Like a Pro 2nd edition
Tech Explorations™ KiCad Like a Pro 2nd edition
BESTSELLER | Created by Dr. Peter Dalmaris | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | Duration: 17:14 H/M | Lec: 165 | 13.0 GB | Language: English | Sub: English [Auto-generated]

Covers KiCad version 5.


Printed Circuit Board design using KiCad

Single, double, and multi-layer board design

The PCB design process

The schematic design process

The layout design process

How to create a schematic design

How to associate schematic symbols to footprints

How to create the layout of a PCB

PCB basic concepts, such as edge cuts, copper fills, mounting holes, soldermask, silkscreen, traces etc.

A detailed knowledge of the KiCad CAD application (its apps, configuration, toolbars, menus, project files etc.)

Project-based learning through four projects to ensure mastery of the topics taught

A Linux, Windows or Mac OS computer

An Internet connection

A growth mindset


This course is updated for KiCad 5.1 - January 2020


Welcome to KiCad Like a Pro, 2nd edition, from Tech Explorations, a course that can help you learn how to design custom Printed Circuit Boards using KiCad version 5.1.

KiCad is an open source and free tool that you can use to design your own PCBs. It is perhaps the world's most popular (and, in my opinion, the best) computer-aided design tool for making printed circuit boards.

It's the perfect tool for electronics eeers and hobbyists alike.

PCBs are, perhaps, the most undervalued component of modern electronics. We use PCBs to hold in place and interconnect the various components that make virtually all electronic devices work.

This course will teach you how to use KiCad.

It takes a practical approach to learning. All of the learning takes place in the form of projects of incremental difficulty.

Whether you are a hobbyist or an electronics eeer, this book will help you become productive quickly, and start designing your own boards.

The only prerequisites are a computer, an Internet connection, and the willingness to learn.

By the end of the course, you'll be able to use KiCad to design and manufacture multi-layer PCBs with highly integrated components and a professional-looking finish.

The course contains four projects that give many opportunities to learn and practice all of KiCad's important features.

Apart from the projects, the course contains full sections dedicated to PCB and design principles and concepts. These ensure that you will master the fundamentals so that your PCB project are awesome.

The course includes repositories for each of the projects which you can and edit on your computer.

If you are someone who is interested in designing PCBs using KiCad, or moving to KiCad from another CAD application, then this course is for you.

Electronics hobbyists


Users of other PCB CAD applications that wish to move to KiCad

STEM students and teachers





Back to Top