Oshpark alternatives for getting small PCBs made?

Discussion in 'Electronics & Electrics' started by Jumpingmanjim, Sep 20, 2020.

  1. Jumpingmanjim

    Jumpingmanjim Member

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    Shipping from America is a disaster at the moment, what are people using to get small PCBs made these days?
     
  2. mtma

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    I have been using jlcpcb and pcbway, but yes, the shipping is expensive if you don't pool a bundle of different designs together.
     
  3. dirtyd

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    I've been using PCBWay pretty much exclusively for the last 6 years, haven't had any issues in that time.
     
  4. Jonesy_sa

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    JLCPCB - are pretty good. Buy a few then sell the others to recoup.
    We have usually adjusted our sizes so they could be fit onto standard size boards they cnc them from.

    What are you making?
     
  5. heller44

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    JLCPCB, PCBWay, and PCBCart..

    Last order was a 3.2mm thick pcb, and most cheaper places wouldn't do this.
     

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