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2001\09\26@041344 by James Burkart

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Hey all!

I was wondering if someone could suggest a company (or individual) who
charges a resonable amount to make onesees-twosees PCB's?

Thanks,
James Burkart

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2001\09\26@042149 by D Lloyd

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Hi,

Where are you? (Geographically)

Dan

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Hey all!

I was wondering if someone could suggest a company (or individual) who
charges a resonable amount to make onesees-twosees PCB's?

Thanks,
James Burkart

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2001\09\26@100559 by Lawrence Lile

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I just went through this excercise a month ago.  I'm in the Midwest US, so
this may not be relevant to you.

Tstevan, who is on this list, has an inexpensive house in Bulgaria, and
ships worldwide.  He'll pipe up here in a minute, I don't remember the
contact info. People use him from Aussie-land, so it's not unreasonable to
use him from the US.  If I was in Europe I'd definitely be giving him a
call.

Advanced Circuits   http://www.4pcb.com  is the house I use most.  They are near
Denver. They were cheapest in a comparison quote with several other mfr's.
I just paid about $35US each for three boards about 3" X 4" on 3 day turns .
10 Boards would have been about $150US total, the price really does not go
up with volume.  Most jobs will cost at least $100.   They will do boards in
a day (plus shipping time) and over the weekend for more money.  Like the
rest of the industry, they will not give you a business net 30 account if
you do less than $500US a month in business with them, so get your credit
card handy.  They have a really cool online quote generator, and their small
lot prices can include soldermask, odd shaped boards, component outline
silkscreen and the works at your option.  These guys are amazingly
efficient.

AP Circuits   http://www.apcircuits.com/   has two levels of service.  Their
cheap prototype service (PROTO1) is pretty reasonable, but only includes
square boards with no soldermask and no compoinent outline silkscreen.  They
suggest if you need an odd shaped board, run a line of holes around the
edges.  Proto1 is basically a one-size-fits-all prototype board.  They are
located in Alberta.  Same $500 a month lower limit for business accounts,
credit cards talk.

I did not locate ANYONE ELSE who could match the prices of these guys.  Most
houses wanted ten times as much money as Adanced Circuits for the same work!
It would be easy to do $500 a month with these other guys.


-- Lawrence Lile

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2001\09\26@122421 by Allen Mahurin

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There is one other I've seen in Poptronics magazine.
It's either http://www.pcbexpress.com or http://www.expresspcb.com.
Anyway, one or the other offers 3 boards (small, but
don't recall the stats) for $59 shipped.

Good luck,

ATM

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2001\09\27@030916 by James Burkart

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I am in San Bernardino Ca...

James

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Hi,

Where are you? (Geographically)

Dan

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Hey all!

I was wondering if someone could suggest a company (or individual) who
charges a resonable amount to make onesees-twosees PCB's?

Thanks,
James Burkart

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2001\09\27@052132 by Tsvetan Usunov

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>Hey all!
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>I was wondering if someone could suggest a company (or individual) who
>charges a resonable amount to make onesees-twosees PCB's?
>
>Thanks,
>James Burkart

We do ;)    http://run.to/pcb (http://www.olimex.com/pcb)

Best regards
Tsvetan
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PCB prototypes for $26 at http://run.to/pcb (http://www.olimex.com/pcb)
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