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October 24, 2012

Rendering 3D PCBs

at 6:50 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks



Even before you send out your PCB for manufacturer you can have a realistic image of the finished populated board! Thanks to Ian at Dangerous Prototypes I think we will start to lots of Rendering 3D PCB even before a soldering iron has been used. Best of all it won’t cost you anything other than some time to learn a new skill. The engine used to render the 3D images is called Kerkythea, if you want to see some great examples of what this software is capable of have a look at the forum gallery.


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One Response to “Rendering 3D PCBs”

  1. Polytech Says:

    Too bad Google SketchUp is involved and so doing it in Linux is out of question … Any ways of doing it using Blender or some other 3D modeling software available for Linux?

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