Hello, my name's Jon and this is my first post. Found Eagle roughly a week ago and was eager to turn my tangle of wires in my project into an actual PCB. Only problem is I'm not that skilled in designing PCBs. I think I've managed to come up with something, but I don't want to purchase some PCB boards and have them show up and either fry or straight up not work due to some error I made.My design is a little different than probably most since I couldn't find most of the components I'm using (Meanwell LDD, Tiny RTC, Step Down) in the libraries. Besides, I already have these components so I designed the board to be able to remove/replace parts easily.
Here's a link to my layout thus far:
From what I can tell, it seems like it should work fine, but like I said before, I don't want to send this in, have it made and what not only to find it won't work due to some stupid error on my end. Can anyone give me some pointers or see if there are any errors? My biggest concern is the main power going to my d-sub connector. The power supply going in is a 12v 8a so I tried to make the trace able to handle 8a though it'll never reach that.
Any help for a first time PCB'er (Don't know if that's a title, but eh.) would be much appreciated. Thanks!