[Lab] Price for PCB
matt at mbells.ca
Sun Oct 18 10:32:33 EDT 2015
I know several who use OSHPark and are happy. If you want more than one or two, then consider DirtyPCB. They’ll do 9-12 for the price of 5. Both have decent and simple pricing model. I think in both cases that you pay for the whole square inch (so if you use only half of it, you should see if you can put a second copy within the footprint).
Also note that these companies do not QA your designs. You get exactly what you ask for. If you haven’t done board design before, then you may want to go with a pricier higher service company. One of the guys had to drill 2 rings in 500 boards (learn-to-solder kits) because he didn’t realize the backplane would short out the part. See http://www.makerexpo.ca/2015/09/learn-to-solder/ for details…
From: Lab [mailto:lab-bounces at artengine.ca] On Behalf Of Wesley Ellis
Sent: 2015.October.17 18:36
Subject: Re: [Lab] Price for PCB
I've only ever made one board, but I used OSHPark for it (http://oshpark.com/) and it worked out pretty well. Pricing depends on the total area of the board, which is set at $5 per square inch
On Sat, Oct 17, 2015 at 3:59 PM, Bruce <lists at faintfuzzies.ca> wrote:
I'm looking to have this:
turned in to a PCB. Where should I go and any idea of a price?
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