Free PCB Sunday: Pick your PCB

Posted on Sunday, September 30th, 2012 in Free PCBs by DP

We go through a lot of prototype PCBs, and end up with lots of extras that we’ll never use. Every Sunday we give away a few PCBs from one of our past or future projects, or a related prototype. Our PCBs are made through Seeed Studio’s Fusion board service.

This week two random commenters will get a coupon code for the free PCB drawer tomorrow morning. Pick your own PCB.

You get unlimited free PCBs now – finish one and we’ll send you another!

Don’t forget there’s free PCBs three times every week:

Some stuff:

  • Yes, we’ll mail it anywhere in the world!
  • Be sure to use a real e-mail in the address field so we can contact you with the coupon.
  • Limit one PCB per address per month please.
  • Like everything else on this site, PCBs are offered without warranty.
  • PCBs are scrap and have no value, due to limited supply it is not possible to replace a board lost in the post

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109 Responses to “Free PCB Sunday: Pick your PCB”

  1. James Ellwood says:

    Me please???!?!

  2. Serafin Rodriguez says:

    A PCB for me?

  3. Skappy says:

    Hi Ian,
    Have a nice week end
    Thank you to all the team

  4. syd kahn says:

    pcb??? ist that pickled beach boot? – but i’ll take one….

  5. rich says:

    yes please

  6. Greg says:

    Another week gone already :D

  7. Nick says:

    I’m in for one, if one is deemed to have one!

  8. Oliver says:

    All your free PCBs are belong to us!

  9. llg says:

    Argh! Ye scurvy dogs!

  10. Erik says:

    Why can’t I hold all these PCBs?

  11. jspicer says:


  12. Darren Walton says:

    The smoke tester PCB would be nice….

  13. cobra18t says:

    I will take one.

  14. Ross A Kerley says:

    yeah! good timing

  15. Jan says:

    Me here please.

  16. loomx says:

    Didn’t participate last time. So here we go…

  17. Jussi says:

    Maybe this Sunday.

  18. oypke says:

    I’ve been diagnosed with a rare FR-4 deficiency. Anything you can give will help.

  19. Brent Bolen says:

    I’d like one please.

  20. Hans PUFAL says:

    Me please ?

  21. Cubed says:


  22. JP says:

    Me me me! :D

  23. Justin says:

    i cant believe how much i have to pee

  24. jfmateos says:

    Trying again

  25. Chpil says:

    Free PCB welcome :)

  26. teslatree says:

    Maybe this week!

  27. FourthDr says:

    Happy Sunday! Tip: pick a LARGE free PCB, so it doesn’t get lost in the mail!

  28. Maria says:

    Would be awesome to win.

  29. Thiago says:

    Por favor!

  30. Louis says:

    I would like this

  31. Drew says:

    Hi – Trying again ;-)

  32. Frankalicious says:


  33. Scott says:

    trying again…

  34. Faust9 says:

    Broken promises don’t upset me. I just think, why did they believe

  35. Troy says:

    My soldering iron has been cold for far too long

  36. Matt says:

    Me please, thanks!

  37. Reuben says:

    Some day, yes, some day.

  38. SaakNeMah says:


  39. Spelobot says:

    I’ll try one.

  40. mikelelere says:

    I’d love populating a Part Ninja PCB

  41. Karel Mrazek says:

    Always worth a try to get a free PCB.

  42. exapod says:


  43. Jonathan says:

    PCB Please

  44. NeXT-Generation says:

    Gimme the PCB. Now.

  45. reedandrew49 says:

    Yes please!

  46. Ben Lunt says:

    Love the articles. Still waiting for the next version of the ATX power board.

  47. George says:

    Pea see bee

  48. Grant Tudor says:

    One more try!

  49. Danijel says:

    Can I pick my PCB?

  50. Anna says:

    Hakuna Matata

  51. zg says:

    ready to solder

  52. JeToMad says:

    One day… The chosen one will be me!

  53. Nato says:

    Try, try again. … and again. : ) Thanks!

  54. Emrecan says:

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  55. systemstech says:

    It’s Sunday again?

  56. f says:

    I’d like to have a PCB!

  57. Crawford says:

    me please!

  58. magetoo says:

    Just had dinner and the blood sugar crashed too hard for me to be very random at the moment. Sorry. (Next week!)

  59. Steve Bennett says:

    Pick me this time please!!

  60. Kevin says:

    C’mon free PCB!

  61. N says:

    it’s still Sunday where I am!

  62. Eric Friedrich says:

    check check check

  63. Brett says:

    another spin of the chocolate wheel……

  64. Chard62 says:

    I really NEED to build the PIC USB backpack, then I can swap it between all my projects that need a display :-)

  65. Admir says:

    Me please!

  66. Bruce Gentle says:

    yes please

  67. John says:

    First to comment? How about 93rd to comment? Does that count?

  68. Matty says:

    Yay! Me please!!

  69. Francisco R.Pereira says:


  70. Bruce says:

    Please CB!

  71. Alex Henrique says:

    Me! Please!

  72. canadave says:

    PCB’s pleeze :)

  73. Doug Peterson says:

    One for me please!

  74. Steve says:

    I’ll take one. Thanks!

  75. TomB says:

    /throws a ticket into the hat

  76. Karl says:

    Lets try this week

  77. Thomas s says:

    Free, free, free PCB, I said now its a free, free, free PCB *do the free PCB dance*

  78. Göran says:

    ping… ping… ping…

  79. kmart says:

    Another try…

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