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HackEDA: Build your own custom circuit board

Posted on Thursday, March 14th, 2013 in PCBs, software by DP

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Would you like a pcb of your HackEDA generated design made for you (for free)?

I’m testing something out, and I need sample designs. If you’re willing to assemble the board yourself and give me feedback on how it went, I’ll lay your design out, route it, have it made and send it to you in the mail. All you need to do is give me feedback as you assemble and use it. (You’ll need to buy your own components). That’s it. Free until my test panel fills up. Generate as many designs as you want, but limit 1 free pcb per person.

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One Response to “HackEDA: Build your own custom circuit board”

  1. Ben says:

    This is Ben from HackEDA. The panel is full. Thanks everybody. I’ll probably do another in a few weeks, so check the site then if you want a board.

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