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'[OT] PCB Prototype Shops'
1998\01\15@092701 by Miller, Steve

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Howdy Piclisters,

I have a small PIC based skunk works project that I need prototype PCBs
fabricated for.  Can anyone recommend a good prototype PCB house?    I saw an ad
for AP Circuits out of Canada in Circuit Cellar, has anyone ever used them?
Thanks for your help.

----- Steve

P.S. My board is 2" by 3" double sided surface mount components with only about
10 holes in it.

1998\01\15@094632 by Stevenson, Brad

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We use AP Circuits for our prototype pc boards. Very good company, and
you probably won't find a more competitive price. One comment though:
The low price proto boards do not have solder mask on them. To avoid
extreme frustration, use extreme caution when hand soldering s.m.
components to a board with no solder mask.

Brad Stevenson, CET
The DPL Group - Telecom Techniques
506-635-1055 or 1-800-561-8880
http://www.dpl.ca

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1998\01\15@095718 by Jason Wolfson

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Steve,
I do a lot of business with Advanced Circuits in Denver Co. for proto's with
3 day turns.
I highly recommend them.
Also, all can be done via the net, quotes, then e-mail them Gerber's, FedEx
show's up
4 days later with boards! Almost like the Road Runner cartoon and ACME
Holes! :)

check out http://www.advancedcircuits.com/

Jason


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1998\01\15@154124 by Max Toole

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I have had very good results on pc boards from Circuit Technologies in
Atlanta, GA at 770 458-1700.

Good luck,
Max Toole,
Electronic Innovations, Inc.

1998\01\15@155313 by Mikal Hodvik

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Steve,

We have used AP Circuits for years, with excellent results. I recommend them
highly. Get their New User file and read it first-- they're easy to work
with if your needs are not exotic. Delivery can be as quick as two days, and
cost is *very* reasonable.

Mike Hardwick, for Decade Engineering
In Oregon, Land of Magnificent Stumps
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>I have a small PIC based skunk works project that I need prototype PCBs
>fabricated for.  Can anyone recommend a good prototype PCB house?    I saw
an ad
>for AP Circuits out of Canada in Circuit Cellar, has anyone ever used them?
>Thanks for your help.

1998\01\15@204552 by Ram Krishnan

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I've used AP circuits - thus far, they seem to be the best, cheapest &
quickest.

Regards, RK

1998\01\15@211250 by Max Toole

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How can I contact AP Circuits?

Thanks,
Max

1998\01\15@212405 by Charles Laforge

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They are right here Max...  http://www.apcircuits.com

Goog luck

Charles

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1998\01\17@164523 by Sean Breheny

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At 07:57 AM 1/15/98 -0600, you wrote:
>Howdy Piclisters,
>
>I have a small PIC based skunk works project that I need prototype PCBs
>fabricated for.  Can anyone recommend a good prototype PCB house?    I saw
an ad
>for AP Circuits out of Canada in Circuit Cellar, has anyone ever used them?
>Thanks for your help.
>
>----- Steve
>
>P.S. My board is 2" by 3" double sided surface mount components with only
about
>10 holes in it.
>

I just used AP circuits on a complex 5 by 3.4 inch double sided plated
through hole board w/surface mount and thru-hole components. The results
are great! There fee in US dolars is $48 + quantity * sq. inches * $0.68 +
$20 (shipping). Minimum size is 1.5 by 1.5 inches and
quantity of boards must be an even number (min. quantity is 2)

Sean

P.S. go to http://www.apcircuits.com for more info


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1998\01\19@120408 by Joe Little

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    How can I contact AP Circuits?

    Thanks,
    Max

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    http://www.apcircuits.com/




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