I’m designing my second PCB board with SMD soldering and I’m curious how far I can go with hand-soldering (all questions are assuming I have a steady hand and a clean and functional soldering iron and some additional flux)
On “Wire.PNG” you can see a ISP-Header and a 0.4mm wire. Is it okay to route the wire between the pins?
Also I’m wondering if it’s okay to route a wire between the edge pins of an atmega328 (TQFP). Like the arrow in the picture “Avr.PNG”.
What do you think?
I also attached the eagle files. I would appreaciate it a lot if someone would have a quick look at it if’s okay at the perspective of PCB design (It’s just a 328 at 3V with a high-side-switched voltage measurement resistor-divider which measures V+).
Basis-328.zip (80.6 KB)