Free PCB Sunday: Pick your PCB

Posted on Sunday, November 25th, 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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128 Responses to “Free PCB Sunday: Pick your PCB”

  1. systemstech says:

    number one again.

  2. Arnd says:

    Another great opportunity! I would be delighted!

  3. karl Wasley says:

    it would be a nice early xmas present!

  4. Oliver says:

    Hey, the early bird catches the worm. :-)

  5. You are not picking me for a long time, randomizer!

  6. Bajdi says:

    I haven’t soldered a PCB in weeks, please pick me :)

  7. Tim says:

    Yes please!

  8. matt says:

    Me please

  9. thunderlord says:

    Yay! It’s Sunday again!

  10. Sims says:

    Una PCB por favor. :P

  11. SaakNeMah says:


  12. Danijel says:

    Another Sunday. Tik Tok….

  13. wavo wig says:

    please please!

  14. lusgri says:

    A me! A me ;)

  15. f says:

    and yet another try to get a free pcb

  16. icis says:

    Need to teach some punks so more soldering.

  17. Steven Iltis says:

    One free PCB please to teach my daughter to solder.

  18. Jussi says:

    Tonight’s the night we’re gonna make it happen.

  19. ginpb says:

    yes please

  20. loomx says:

    Will I ever get tired of trying over and over again…?

  21. Jan says:

    Would be nice!

  22. Skappy says:

    Oh Yes please …
    As usual , nice week end to all the team

  23. This is my second random comment :)

  24. JeToMad says:

    Trying once again. Someday I will have one!

  25. philwatcher says:

    Two random commenters are drawn. May I be one of them.

  26. Paul says:

    Would love to get in on this :)

  27. Steve says:

    Look at me, I’ve got my hand up!

  28. Jonathan says:

    FreePCB yes please!

  29. Rich says:

    yes please

  30. Anna says:

    3..2..1.. :)

  31. WallaceIT says:

    one for me?? :)

  32. Nils says:

    Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Free PCB Sunday!

  33. Scott says:

    My turn yet?

  34. Davide says:

    Me please!

  35. Thomas says:

    Would love a pcb!

  36. Bruce says:

    yes please

  37. Jesus Echavarria says:

    Will be today? Yes please!!!

  38. Ben says:

    Free PCB, Yes Please.

  39. RichardK says:

    sunday :)

  40. dayne says:

    my turn :D

  41. Vladimir says:

    The current source.

  42. Wellington says:

    I’m on it!

  43. Franklin Tellez says:


  44. Greg says:

    I really appreciate the contests :)

  45. Mati says:

    please, me!

  46. mikelelere says:

    Let´s geta a free Pcb

  47. Need a practice board to teach a kid soldering

  48. Bober says:


  49. Faust9 says:

    If at try^0 you don’t succeed, then try^1, try^2, …, try^n again.

  50. Hans PUFAL says:

    2B | !2B – THAT is the question

  51. Marcello says:

    Try, Try, Try and Try one more time…………………………

  52. Brett P says:

    I’m in again

  53. Xose says:

    if u don’t play, u don’t win

  54. one pcb pls and i like your blog

  55. WedeCon says:

    Always ready for an electronic challenge

  56. Lawrence says:

    Now what could I practice SMD soldering on. Bus pirate 4 then I would have to start tinkering with the firmware.

  57. Stacy says:

    I’ll try, perhaps the random number generator is running high today.

  58. Goran says:

    Trying again – one of those week’s the odds will be in favor.. :)

  59. Frankalicious says:


  60. Jolan says:

    I try again.

  61. Dave says:

    pick me please?

  62. jspicer says:

    maybe this time

  63. AJGusek says:


  64. Konstantin Z. says:

    please, this time? =)

  65. matt says:

    me please :)

  66. 8Ball says:

    pick me :D

  67. JP says:

    Free PCB for me, please? ;)

  68. Chpil says:

    Once upon a time…

  69. CJlano says:

    Cool stuffs here on Dangerous Prototypes /!\
    Hope to get a free PCB :-)

  70. John says:


  71. Who_East says:

    say oh ye!

  72. Eric Friedrich says:

    holla atcha

  73. Kurt says:

    Yes please

  74. Ben says:

    I don’t know what I can do with them but it would be fun to figure out. I am an electronics engineering student so I am new to electronics. What do other people use them for?

  75. Thomas S. says:

    Need. pcb. for. survival…

  76. Casey O'Donnell says:


  77. Steve says:

    A free PCB please

  78. Romek says:

    Same procedere as every week.

  79. Stephen says:

    I would like a free PCB, please.

  80. Stephan Buchholz says:

    sunday again

  81. Stephan Buchholz says:

    sunday again

  82. Tochi says:

    Quiero un ATX BB

  83. Anders says:

    It has to happen sooner or later

  84. peyok says:

    Ship all the boards!

  85. william faulkner says:

    maybe this time

  86. Nial Pearce says:

    Free D.P. PCB’s The best thing about Sundays!

  87. schinoy says:

    me? need to start tinkering again!

  88. Kevin says:

    C’mon DP! Free PCB me. I dare you!

  89. Crawford says:

    Gotta try…

  90. Dave Mueller says:

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  91. Spelobot says:

    Only 117 others? I’m a shoo-in!.

  92. JohnT says:

    if there was such a thing as cyber sunday, a free pcb would be the best deal ever.

  93. Taper Wickel says:

    Ooh, I want in.

  94. Steve says:

    I’ll take one. Thanks!

  95. Wm says:

    There is no win, there is only try

  96. Jack says:

    The coolest tech site ever! I’m resurrecting an IBM PC 5150 with a 16 to 64k moterboard. I would really like to use your XT-IDE Adapter v2 disk controller since my 30 year old, whopping big 10MB Tandon 252 hard disk and wd 1002-wx2 controlled are dead. But…. getting coupons seems like an impossible task since I’m neither a face booker nor a tweeter. I would gladly pay cash for either a PCB or an assembled board. So let’s make a deal.

    • Sleepwalker3 says:

      Just email Ian and tell him your plight. There are many posts written on why he can’t sell, but he’s more than fair. I also have one the XT-IDE boards, though have not had a chance to populate it yet – hopefully soon.

  97. KevinW says:

    One of these interesting PCBs would be great to try

  98. Kwinter says:

    It would be great to try this PCB

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