[Lab] PCB Assembly Companies
micro222 at yahoo.com
Mon Jun 30 13:06:26 EDT 2014
Populating boards is one of the things I do commercially. I'd charge a whole lot less than $500. I may even just show you how to solder some of it yourself. 1206's are great for beginners because they're so (relatively) huge.
Just send me a message off-list.
On Mon, 6/30/14, Joseph Michael Sleiman <jslei033 at uottawa.ca> wrote:
Subject: [Lab] PCB Assembly Companies
To: "lab" <lab at artengine.ca>
Received: Monday, June 30, 2014, 12:23 AM
I need to have a 10cm x 10cm, 2 layer, board made
I would do this by hand, but there are at least
128 SMD/SMT components to solder (all on one side). Does
anyone have recommendations for a shop that can do this? I
would do them myself, but I don't have the tools or the
skills required (they're just 1206 SMD LED).
I was hoping Seeed would do them, but they
refused to allow any external components during the assembly
phase. All the places I'm finding assemble in USA/Canada
and want >$500+ to assemble this, which is outrageous if
that's my only option.
Ideally I'd want a place to manufacture and
assemble. I'd settle for a place I'd send the boards
to and have them assemble (isn't this all done via
machines/robots now?). I'd equally settle on paying
someone locally to do it, but I can't afford to pay you
much (I'm just a student and this isn't a for-profit
So... Any suggestions? :(
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