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Anyone tried Custom PCB in Malaysia for Protos ?

Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by Mike Diack, Aug 2, 2003.

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  1. Mike Diack

    Mike Diack Guest

    Seeing as I'm seriousl;y grumpy at BEC for stinging me $100 or so for
    courier on my last board job (the same DHL guy that brings similar
    sized packages to me from Polykom/Arrow/Braemac/whatever for around
    $10 or so every few days) I'm thinking of giving Custom in Kuala
    Lumpur a crack - they seem to make all the right noises - cheap
    freight, Protel,credit card, lightning fast answer to a process
    question (on a Saturday even !!!!!).
    Question is : Do they make nice boards ?
    Typically I do 8/8 mil DSPTH SMD - not rocket science but still
    eminently stuffable uppable if not done correctly.
    Opinions please...
  2. Zakalwe

    Zakalwe Guest

    I got a little board I'd designed in Eagle made by Custom PCB. The result
    was excellent, delivered quickly with no flaws and very cheap. Friendly &
    helpful to deal with, I can recommend them highly. The most difficult part
    of the process was the payment; done through an American intermediary that
    didn't recognize my Aussie Visa numbers. Fixed after a couple of tries.
    Visa gouged me on the exchange rate (paid in US$, 10% worse than the
    published exchange rate) but I wasn't surprised.


  3. Futurlec's "commercial" production is 100+ boards.

  4. Ken Taylor

    Ken Taylor Guest

    Good grief, you've never used 'porpoises' for 'purposes'?? Lighten up.

  5. Good grief, you've never used 'porpoises' for 'purposes'?? Lighten up.

    ** Never,meaning not ever!!!
    Brian Goldsmith.
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