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Old 23rd January 2013, 03:40 PM   #11
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Thanks guys. Will try out either Seed or ITead.
It's easy to see OHS Park is better, but I think for my use both Seed and Itead will do fine .... and you cant really complain about the prices
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Old 26th January 2013, 08:00 PM   #12
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Default ITeadStudio

Ordered 5x5 cm board for mini Class-d amp based on LM5104, at ITEADStudio ... 13.8 USD includig shipping for 10 pcs ... ridiculous
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Old 26th January 2013, 10:08 PM   #13
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Interesting - let's know about the quality of the PCBs - and the amp!

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Old 27th January 2013, 02:19 AM   #14
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For boards I do for my business, I have used mostly Advanced Circuits in Colorado:
PCB Manufacturer in Aurora Colorado Manufacturing Annular Ring, Printed Circuit Board Fabrication, Printed Circuit Boards, PCB Prototype Circuit Board's
Not cheap, but ultra-reliable. Prototype boards come in about a week, and work out to about $150 for 4 boards (regardless of size). I use nothing but Advanced Circuits for production runs (learned my lesson years ago on this one).
I also use this service for business. Max size is 60 in^2 for the $33 / board @ 4 pc.min. (plus $50 for multi board layout)

Only one mistake in 5-6 years of use...replaced boards, no problem.
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Got my boards. They are UBER CUTE!

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The relay attenuator measures circa 120mm-130mm in length, and i've used their 100x100mm option. If you need long and narrow PCB, you could draw it diagonally (or draw it in regular manner and then turn everything 45 degrees later if the software supports such thing - i've figured out mine SW did support it, but a bit too late ).
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Cool
Did they cut the boards in these shapes for same cost?
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Old 30th January 2013, 07:40 PM   #17
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Here is a good one:
PCBCART - Professional China Prototype PCB Manufacturer
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Did they cut the boards in these shapes for same cost?
Yes they did, for the same cost
Seeed, they are the best
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Hi s3tup
Have checked with ITEADStudio, they also cut to odd shapes. How did you do it. Did you deliver a mechanical layer with the cutout guidance ..... like just a single track showing the cutout??
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They want the edge line on one of the layers, I use bottom silkscreen for the cut edge - look at my 3d rendered pcbs, they all have it on the bottom silkscreen.
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