Custom Eagle Symbol + Footprint / Package (without the fluff)

symbol (schematic)
1. find your library, right click and select open
2. library -> manage symbols
3. enter name of symbol in the new field, press ok
4. select yes on the dialog
5. now you’re in the symbol editor window
6. select pin on the left hand tool bar, add your pins
7. select name icon on left hand tool bar, rename your pins
8. select line icon on left hand toolbar, draw the outline
9. select text icon on left hand toolbar
change layer to 95 names, and 96 values
enter >NAME and >VALUE

 

package (board)
1. find your library, right click and selectopen
2. library -> manage packages
3. enter name of package in the new field, press ok
4. select yes on the dialog
5. change your grid size if needed
6. place pads
7. change the pad names (select and type info, enter) and change the name
8. add silkscreen lines etc (layer 21 tPlace)
9. select text icon in toolbar to add name and value placeholders
change layer to 25 names, and 27 values
enter >NAME and >VALUE

 

device
1. find your library, right click and selectopen
2. library -> manage devices
3. enter generic name (can have multiple packages for 1 symbol) of device in the new field, press ok
4. select yes on the dialog
5. edit -> add -> select the symbol
6. press new on bottom right -> add local package
7. press connect on bottom right
connect the pins
8. press prefix on bottom right, add the letter for refdes
9. add a description
10. save
 
Embed Autodesk Fusion 360 3D model into webpage

Embed Autodesk Fusion 360 3D model into webpage

In Autodesk Fusion 360, right click on your model in the browser and press Share public link. You will be shown a link that could look something like this:

https://a360.co/2vhhZbu

Go to that url in your browser, and it will redirect to a longer url, like this:

https://myhub.autodesk360.com/ue29bad5c/g/shares/SH7f1edQT22b515c761e3882229cde84b557?viewState=NoIgbgDAdAjCA0IDeAdEAXAngBwKZoC40ARXAZwEsBzAOzXjQEMyzd1C0AWAMwBMBWCACMAzAE4AtAHYRQoRJ64REgByMxKiTH4iATEIBsjGGKmcpaAL4gAukA

Copy that url, then paste it into this below snippet where it says URL HERE. This is the HTML iframe code that will embed this into your page:

<iframe src="URL HERE?mode=embed" allowfullscreen="true" 
webkitallowfullscreen="true" mozallowfullscreen="true" 
width="640" height="480" frameborder="0"></iframe>

Now we can test this:

Woot!