Review of Smart-Prototyping PCB service

Posted on Friday, May 3rd, 2013 in PCB Review by DP


SnAgCu has a detailed review of the Smart-Prototyping PCB service we covered previously. High magnification images are included to show just how the boards turned out.

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3 Responses to “Review of Smart-Prototyping PCB service”

  1. Frank Schwab says:

    I just got back my own order from Smart-Prototyping. I ordered a 10cm x 5 cm 4-layer board. 10 copies of the board, along with a stainless steel stencil (!!!) and shipping, was just about $100. I asked for slow-boat shipping, and it was just about 3 weeks between order and receipt in the USA.

    I couldn’t be happier with the quality of the boards or stencil, or with the price.


  2. Paul Campbell says:

    I’ve done two sets through them now – I’m also very happy (especially with the $20 stencil) – their design rules are slightly more conservative than Seeed’s (not by much) – took 2 minutes to change my design

  3. Tom P. says:

    NB big price difference between 95% and 100% e-test

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