PCB Assembly

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by sundar_1683, Oct 1, 2016.

  1. sundar_1683

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    Dear Friends need list of companies who use PCB boards.
     
  2. Sensacell

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    And I need a list of people who wear shoes?
     
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  3. sundar_1683

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    Hey....
     
  4. jpanhalt

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    This type of question canbe an introduction to spam or it may just be a mistake in using the correct verb. Assuming you meant "make" instead of "use," it is still a very broad and unanswerable question. HOwever, if you are a hobbyust new to getting your PCB's made commercially, here are some suggestions that might help.

    Here is one place to shop for manufacturers: http://**********.com/
    I don't think it includes Oshpark, which I frequently use: http://Oshpark.com/

    Edit: For whatever reason, AAC management doesn't want you to have the price comparison link. It is biased, of course, but all such services are biased by the list of businesses surveyed.

    John

    Here are the vendors scanned in the censored link above:

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  5. nerdegutta

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    I guess every company in every branch use PCB boards... ;)

    However, I've made a list of some companies that make PCB. Take a look at this.
     
  6. GopherT

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    What did you do? Did you direct the OP to a pornographic site? Or to a pcb manufacturer that doesn't not pay AAC for advertising?
     
  7. bertus

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    Hello,

    The site John posted is likely on the unwanted list, due to spamming.

    Bertus
     
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  8. jpanhalt

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    I have used that link myself and have never been spammed by it, nor has another site been spammed (that I am aware of) where the person who provides that service is an active member.

    Just PM'd you with the link. You will need to remove the spaces for it to work. Can you check it out?

    I can see why the blocked list is not public, I do wish there were an easier way to check a link out, though.

    As for my comment about Oshpark not being included, maybe it is, but I did a query once, and it was not included. However, I specified a resist color other than purple, so maybe that was why its didn't show in the results.

    John

    Edit: Thanks, Bertus. Will wait for jrap to check it out. It is a quick way to get an approximate cost and a feel for the market before ordering. Lowest list cost is not always where I go.

    John
     
  9. hp1729

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    I think what you need is a Thomas Register. You can find one at your local library ... probably.
     
  10. GopherT

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    Ha, Yes, go to your library, ask the librarian where the the public computers are located and then check www.thomasnet.com

    The company stopped publishing its print products in 2006.
     
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