Open source PCB exchange from ITead Studio

Posted on Tuesday, June 14th, 2011 in PCBs by Ian

ITead will start giving away mystery PCBs with every order:

At normal when you make your prototyping PCB from us, we just send you 10 pcs of your design, now we offer this OPEN PCB activity to get 2 more PCBs at $0.1 cost.

If your design and boards is not Privacy/Private, and it can share with other people, you can try this OPEN PCB service. We will make 12 pcs of your design/board, and ship you 10 pcs as normal , but 2 addition additional random boards – and the rest 2 boards of your design will be shipped to another guys who also purchased this service. So we give a random rely of the 2 extract boards , we don’t know what you will get and if it’s useful for you, but we know its designer allow sharing it with you.

It’s will be a funny activity and we hope you can make some new friends by the name, email or blog in the random board you get …If you want to join this activity, we recommended you ” put a URL or something google-able on the board so the random recipient can look up what it’s supposed to do “

Thanks Alex! Via the forum.

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2 Responses to “Open source PCB exchange from ITead Studio”

  1. Drone says:

    “It’s will be a funny activity…”

    Funny indeed….

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