It’s time to associate a physical footprint to those schematic parts. This is the second video in a three part series about how to make a simple PCB using KiCad. If you missed the first video, click here. You’ll notice a bit of a quality difference in this video from the first. If you have any questions or comments, let me know below, in Facebook, or in the YouTube comments.
- 11Ω Resistor
- 9V Battery Snap Connector
- 0.047μF 100V Ceramic Capacitor
- (2) 10μF 25V Aluminum Capacitors
- 100μF 35V Aluminum Capacitor
- LM386 Audio Amplifier
- 8 Pin Socket
- (2) 3.5mm Female Mono Headphone Jack
- 10kΩ Potentiometer
- SPST Switch
2 thoughts on “How To Use KiCad to Make a Printed Circuit Board: Part 2”
How did you solder the audio jack to the PCB? Via wires to the board and jack?
I think you are the same person that reached out to me via Facebook. In case you are not, I connect the audio using wires.