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Old 1st January 2008, 07:34 PM   #1
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Default Where to have a few PCB's made theese days?

Where in Europe can we have a few as in like 15-20pcs, 100*100 double sided PCB's made at reasonable cost theese days?

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We have used :

http://www.multipcb.de/

with reasonable service. But you need to deal with them via a commercial establishment and not as private customer.


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I know Jan Didden uses Olimex a lot, and has had some good results.
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I used it one time and a friend of mine also, with god results ! and not that expensive. The guy is a dutchy so you can transfer the money to his dutch bank account.

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Default Re: Where to have a few PCB's made theese days?

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Where in Europe can we have a few as in like 15-20pcs, 100*100 double sided PCB's made at reasonable cost theese days?

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The easiest way Morten is to buy raw copper boards and route out the circuit you want with your CNC... That would be sooo
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The easiest way Morten is to buy raw copper boards and route out the circuit you want with your CNC... That would be sooo

True, it's a fine solution, but not for that many, that big boards. It will take forever to machine them, let alone the solder mask and so forth.

For the first time ever, I am going to pay my way out of making boards for amps.....I've made my share of boards


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.....I've made my share of boards


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...so keep making, and make MY share.


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...so keep making, and make MY share.



Have you been drinking?


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