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2003\04\02@223843 by Alex Kilpatrick

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Hi,
Can anyone give me some really rough benchmark idea how much it would
cost to take a simple PIC circuit design and have it manufactured as a
SMT design?  What kind of quantities would be required?  My design has
about $20 in parts -- A PIC, a few LEDs, reistors, and regulator, IR
receiver.
Also, can anyone recommend a good supplier for this kind of service?
I'm assuming I would send in a schematic and a parts list.
Thanks!
Alex

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2003\04\03@052747 by jim barchuk

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Hi Alex!

On Wed, 2 Apr 2003, Alex Kilpatrick wrote:

> Hi,
>  Can anyone give me some really rough benchmark idea how much it would
> cost to take a simple PIC circuit design and have it manufactured as a
> SMT design?  What kind of quantities would be required?  My design has
> about $20 in parts -- A PIC, a few LEDs, reistors, and regulator, IR
> receiver.

Not really. Depends on the qty, -plus- size, materials, and how fast you
need it. Those last two can multiply $ by anywhere from several to many x.

> I'm assuming I would send in a schematic and a parts list.

Not really. Depends on what services they offer. They might have PCB
design or ask for only Gerbers in which case you'd need to get the design
done elsewhere. They might have some standard parts (Rs and Cs and such)
but others you'd need to supply.

>  Also, can anyone recommend a good supplier for this kind of service?

Not really. I suggest you find -several- local mfrs who do this. Visit,
show and tell them what you have and need, and ask them to walk you
through their process. Another variable... Depending on how much volume
you need they might not be interested in small stuff because it's not
worth their time, or conversely a small house might shy away from huge
volume.

Once you're familiar with what a -particular- mfr needs to quote
something, and their capabilities, you'll be able to ask them in a way
that they can answer it.

Have a :) day!

jb

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2003\04\03@085926 by Thys

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Hi Alex

We can do this for you.

I am form a company in South Africa called DEMAN.
We do contract manufacturing and product industrialisation, including
component sourcing PCB design plus a
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If you can give me an idea of component count and expected PCB size I can
get you a quote
The price per unit also depends on production volume.

Thanks

Thys

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