Custom PCB Shapes using Eagle
kowshik1729 last edited by
I'm working on a PCB design that uses ESP32 processor. I want to make a custom PCB shape using Eagle(It's by default an arbitrary rectangle in eagle though). How can i make different shapes like circle, Hexagon or any custom PCB shape? Is it possible with Trail version of Eagle ?
salmanfaris last edited by salmanfaris
Yes, you can import the .dxf drawings file to PCB Board design, but I recommend is that use Autodesk Fusion360, you can collaborate with eagle .
Step 1: Create Fusion360 design
Step 2: Select Creat PCB from Creat -> Create PCB
Step 3: Click Create PCB Profile
Step 4: Click Finish PCB and Save to Fusion
Step 5: Open Eagle and Sign with the same account that used Fusion360
Step 6: Open Board Design file and Select Fusion360 Icon on the right side and Select Option One that links to existing fusion design
Step 7: Select Fusion Project from the following project list and select the PCB file
Step 8: Click Pull From Fusion to Sync the design with Eagle
Step 9: If everything done perfectly you can see the PCB board outline in eagle
All the best
kowshik1729 last edited by
@salmanfaris Woow, thank you soo much. This is very explanatory...!!
@Anudeep Thanks a lot m8, I actually made a very silly mistake of including the https:// while entering FIREBASE_HOST, where I must have entered the Domain name alone and removed the https:// extension.
Thanks again for replying that quick. Cheers.
Hello @Palani, In the Firebase, there are two types of storage,Cloud Firestore (Very recent one & NoSQL database) Realtime Database (To which we upload the data using NodeMCU)
In the Arduino Code, you can see that there is a variable named FIREBASE_AUTH.
This variable should be assigned to the Database secret. This you can find in Project Settings -> Service accounts -> Database Secrets.
My mistake is, i have mistakenly assigned thay to Web API key. This is found at Project Settings -> General.
The error can also occur when u don't initialise a proper realtime database in Firebase. (This is not my case).
@Anudeep Hello Anudeep could you please help me out by elaborating the fix to get rid of that error?
Thanks in advance.
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@kowshik1729 If you are using an external high-speed switch, there is only one one clock generator for both wifi and BLE and the high-speed switch you mentioned is Ultra-Wideband (UWB) 3–8 GHz from its datasheet
you also check this solution that I shared in the previous post.
There is a special option called “Software controls WiFi/ Bluetooth coexistence” it can control the ESP32's Bluetooth and Wi-Fi coexistence using software, more details: https://www.espressif.com/sites/default/files/documentation/ESP32_FAQs__EN.pdf