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4-layer Fusion PCB service available at Seeed

Posted on Friday, March 15th, 2013 in kit biz, PCBs by DP

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Fusion PCB Service – 4 layers is now available at Seeed Studio:

Now, let’s talk about today’s focal point— 4-layer Fusion PCB Service. Since providing 2-layer Fusion PCB service, we’ve received inquiries about 4-layer PCB constantly. Today, we are psyched to bring this service to you all! Our 4-layer Fusion PCB Service has the following features:

  •  Economical price: It only costs you $39.90 to start prototyping your own design. For some most common-seen PCB sizes, we could also provide generous discounts.
  •  Multiple quantity choices: About quantity, we provide 6 choices: 5, 10, 20, 30, 50 and 100, to better meet your real demands.
  • Multiple choices in thickness and colors.
  • Totally free 100% E-test
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5 Responses to “4-layer Fusion PCB service available at Seeed”

  1. Frank Schwab says:

    Great news – was just planning on sending out a board on Monday. Guess I’ll compare this with the guys I was planning on using.

  2. JuKu says:

    Cool. Maybe Ian can persuade Seeed to add stencils to the service, too?

  3. JBeale says:

    Do you really get 5 pcs of 4-layer, 5×5 cm, 6/6 design rules for outer and 8/8 inner layers, for $40? I think that is a good price… now I might finally get a design done that I’d been thinking about, that really needs 4 layers.

  4. quantized says:

    SO AWESOME.

    I *heart* seeed studio.

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