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Idea to board: I want to pay someone to make an Arduino Nano using Fusion360, and video/screencast ALL steps as a tutorial.

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OceanHydroAU
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Idea to board: I want to pay someone to make an Arduino Nano using Fusion360, and video/screencast ALL steps as a tutorial.

I'm OK with Electronics and Fusion360, but I use "breadboards" - I've never made a *real* board, and never used electronics software before.  I'm keen to "skip" as much learning as possible, and jump direct to the chase (hence my offer to pay if someone wants to step up and help):

 

1. I want a video or screencast that shows us how to go from an idea, to a "board in the mail" (e.g. PCBWay or JLPcb or similar)

 

2. My goal is to copy the open-source "Arduino Nano" https://www.arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/Arduino_Nano-Rev3.2-SCH.pdf and to make our own "Fusion 360" open-source version of this same board (so other people can "clone" this, make their own changes, and get their own custom boards *easily*)

 

3. Ideally, I want to move some bits around (e.g. not put the MCU at 45-degrees), leave some bits out (the useless power LED and reset switch), and print it out onto a flexible PCB suitable for being soldered flat onto other boards, or being "bent" to fit into smaller spaces.

 

Ultimately, I want to add CAN-Bus (MCP2515 and driver) chips on the end, and LCD support, so I can make stand-alone display screens for cars/skateboards/scooters/boats/ultralights/etc - anything where knowing ESC data (battery level, temps, RPM, etc) is useful.

 

If you're up to the task of a fun (and paid) project - let me know!

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