How do you make your electronic schematics? Do you ask someone to make them for you? Do you make them by yourself? Now there’s an easier way. Introducing mille-feuille. Mille-feuille is a support tool that can automatically create electronic schematics. If you can program using languages like Python and PHP, you can create your own electronic schematics. You don’t need to know anything about hardware or firmware. Mille-feuille makes making things quick and easy. The process of automatically creating electronic schematics with mille-feuille has only three steps: “assemble mille-feuille”, “write a program in a language like PHP or Python” “upload data to the server” Assembling mille-fuielle doesn’t require any soldering. After stacking your raspberry pi, baseboard, and modules on top of each other, all you need to do is plug the device board you want to use into a module. Now the assembly is finished. Modules will be recognized no matter where or in how many levels they are stacked, so you are free to arrange them as you like. Mille-feuille comes equipped with a python hardware library. Any programming language that can call on this library will work. Generally speaking, mille-feuille will automatically wire anything wired between a raspberry pi, a breadboard and a device. Mille-feuille is composed of The only program the user writes is the operations API. When the raspberry pi that has received the user’s program sends a signal to mille-feuille, mille-feuille confirms the position of the modules. Then the baseboard connects wiring to the module, and the module opens and closes gates and connects wiring to the device board. This sequence constitutes the automatic wiring function. Device boards are open hardware If a user registers an electronic schematic on the server, other users can share the device and schematic. Once the setup is finished you are ready to create your own custom electronic schematics. When you download and run the specially designed application, the data needed to understand the state of the electronic circuits is extracted. When you upload this data to the server, an EAGLE CAD electronic schematic script and specialized firmware are created. Just import this into EAGLE Cad and your schematic is ready. This is our “Automatic Electronic Schematic Creation Tool”. The created schematic does not contain the circuits of the mille-feuille device itself. Prototype WEB programs can also be used as is. Using mille-feuille can reduce development time, and if you recycle baseboards, modules and device boards it can also help you cut costs. Making robots, building security equipment, and applying technology to agriculture We’re working toward an era in which anyone can create their own hardware.