I'm remaking a PCB design that needs to be assembled at the manufacturer. I was given a on old PCB design on paper and have recreated it in Eagle. Where I'm stuck at right now is not knowing how to properly label the PCB so that the assembler can know where each component goes. I'm afraid if it's not labeled correctly, diodes will be assembled backwards or components will be soldered incorrectly. This is the design so far.
It's a part for a 1960's Pontiac tachometer.
The current labeling is not too good for someone who's never seen this board, but that's what the old design had.
I skipped the schematic part of the PCB designing, assuming that since I already have the routing laid out I didn't need it. Is this wrong?