Who makes blue PCBs by default?

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by Llamarama, Dec 31, 2014.

  1. Llamarama

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    Hello everyone, I've noticed that lots of people seem to be getting professionally made blue PCBs as of late. Most of them arrear on russian forums (Discussing the Pentagon 128 and 1024SL) however I've seen quite a few different old computer hardware pages showing them off? Is there a new supplier in town? All I can glean from the russian forums is that they were well priced, good quality and that they had a very thick solder mask. Anyone have any ideas?

    Or for that matter, can anyone suggest a stupidly cheam no-frolls PCB manufacturer who will make single quantitys of PCBs?
     
  2. MrChips

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  3. Llamarama

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    That has to be a typo, otherwise i'm ordering thousands of them! :D
     
  4. bighand

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    That's per square cm. When you go to the board specifications it updates the price based on actual board size.
     
  5. Robin Mitchell

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    Hi,

    I will make PCBs at an silly price (a 2" x 2" board can be as low as £3) and offer soldermask including through hole plating. In terms of colour I currently only offer green but I have seen red and blue ink available and so will offer this soon :)

    All the best!
    Robin the PCB hobyist!
     
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