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Old 12th September 2011, 11:21 AM   #1
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Thumbs up European Quality 1-off PCBs at DIY-Friendly Prices

Are you frustrated with your search for a PCB prototyping service that will let you order one PCB without burning a hole in your pocket or compromising on specifications because you're a "hobbyist"? I was too. Fret no more. The high-tech city of Bangalore is now home to several European majors who have set up PCB fabrication plants here. These include Wurth (Germany), Cipsa (Spain), Tecnomec (Italy) and AT&S (Austria). I have been using one of these local-Euro fab houses for some time now, with fantastic results. As a service to the DIY community I am now happy to accept PCB designs from DIYers who are looking for 1-off PCBs with exceptional quality. I will batch these up with my own firm's orders and get them fabricated at a hugely affordable price.

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These are 2-sided boards, both sides soldermask, both sides silkscreen, 100% flyprobe-tested, and immersion-gold finished! There is no setup fee, no minimum. Yes, you can order just one board!

* 5x10 cm (8 sq inches/0.5 dm2)
o US$ 12 (~ 8.5) + shipping

* 10x10 cm (16 sq inches/1 dm2)
o US$ 24 (~ 17) + shipping

For more info on specifications and ordering, please visit www.audesine.com and look under the Proto PCBs tab.

Cheers - Ram
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Old 13th September 2011, 01:23 AM   #2
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Interesting. How does one pay an invoice? I guess an EFT (electronic fund transfer).
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Old 13th September 2011, 02:08 AM   #3
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Interesting. How does one pay an invoice? I guess an EFT (electronic fund transfer).
There is a "Pay Us" link on my website audesine.com; that's where you can submit payment information if you're paying by credit card, and that's how I generally take payments. A bank transfer is certainly possible if you prefer that. Since you're in India you can also send across a cheque, and shipping by express mail within India will be just $2 :-). Feel free to write directly to me - rr atSPAM audesine dotSPAM com - for payment and mailing information.


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