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Get your PCBs made

Posted on Tuesday, July 5th, 2011 in PCBs by Ian

Digital DIY has a run down of PCB manufacturing options.

Adafruit also has a nice one, and we’ve discussed it in the forum.

Via Hacked Gadgets.

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8 Responses to “Get your PCBs made”

  1. Doub says:

    It would be nice to find a similar listing for PCB assembly too, for very small projects hard to assemble manually.

    • Ian says:

      I’m afraid it is a very short list. I don’t know of any that do less than 100. Maybe batchPCB PCB123(?) or one of the other “all-in” board people.

  2. octal says:

    hi Ian,
    ezpcb.com seems to offer making very low quantities, and offers full assembly for first board for free, and seems to offer also analog (or passive dont remember) components for free.
    Try to check its offer!

  3. Michael Zemek says:

    Interesting PCB in the picture. What is it?

  4. kmmankad says:

    @Michael Zemek : My guess would be an atmega board :P

  5. Michael Zemek says:

    There appears to be LCD display solder pads. 40 pin IC could be any microcontroller. Place for TO220 regulator.

    Ian where did this come from.

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