Free PCB Sunday: Pick your PCB

Posted on Sunday, October 22nd, 2017 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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16 Responses to “Free PCB Sunday: Pick your PCB”

  1. CRi says:

    Great, thanks for this gift :-)

  2. Iain NoSpam says:


  3. Kurt says:

    The thing that gets you to the thing.

  4. Angeldust says:

    PleaseComeOn meee

  5. John says:

    One please.

  6. Fl0 says:

    Lucky this time?

  7. Crawford says:

    DP 4 me?

  8. Charles Osborn says:

    It’s up to V3.8, still using V2. Looks upgrade is in order.

  9. Bill F says:

    Maybe me?

  10. Derek says:

    Perhaps I am too late. Perhaps I am not.

  11. Stefan says:

    This is awesome, folks! :-)
    Am I too late, too?

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