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Discussion in 'Beginner Electronics' started by peek^, Jan 18, 2007.

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  1. peek^

    peek^ Guest

    Hi. I have a PCB design. Basically I want to know some places where I can
    get them printed very cheap.

    Thank you.
  2. peek^

    peek^ Guest

    Is there anything cheaper than that?
  3. Jack

    Jack Guest

    That's a pretty reasonable price considering you get 3 boards and they
    supply the layout software.
    This is probably the cheapest source but I have never used them and don't
    know anyone who has.

    If you have more time than money and the circuit has not been prototyped you
    are probably best advised to wire wrap the first board to make sure it
  4. GM

    GM Guest

    There are some small Chinese PCB manufacturers that sell cheap, but never
    really tryied them, so I am not sure if the quality of the PCBs that they
    produce follows an inverse law with respect to how much they cost you, which
    I assume is not the case. Just Google
  5. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

    If you want them *printed*, take your artwork to Kinko's.

    It sounds like you want them *fabricated*.
    It is possible to make 2-layer hobby boards yourself quite cheaply.

    BTW, your Usenet technique could use some work.*.*.*.relevant.*+Usenet

    Jack TOP-POSTED:
    1) You have to use THEIR software.
    Anything done up to this point will have to be redone in their program.
    2) Their software does NOT allow easy printing to document your work.
    3) Their software does NOT produce gerbers, making it LOCK-IN-WARE
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