[time-nuts] PCB design questions thread II
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Mon Jun 2 14:57:03 EDT 2008
These are the ones we've used. I am sure there are many others.
Prototypes -- www.pcbfabexpress.com
Production -- www.pcbnet.com
>> Is there a way to split the layers of an old board apart to study them?
An assembly shop can x-ray them for you.
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Subject: Re: [time-nuts] PCB design questions thread II
Hi David and list
I am quite interested in this post too.
I have wanted to fabricate my own PCBs for several years now but I have
never made an attempt. I am set up here to do silk screening and I have
ovens and a hot-air soldering iron. Has anyone else tried to fabricate
their own boards or is the price of farming the work out just so low now?
If anyone has farmed out work, could you please feedback as to the entry
level costs and if possible, some suggested companies?
P.S Many of the boards I want to fabricate are replacements for obsolete
ones. Is there a way to split the layers of an old board apart to study
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