[Coco] PCB Assembly House Recommendation?

Mathew Boytim maboytim at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 14 04:25:24 EST 2017

I've used OSH Park for PCB's before, but yeah as someone pointed out I was looking for assembly.  I saw there were a few suggestions so I will check them out.

Thanks everyone,


On Mon, 2/13/17, Gene Heskett <gheskett at shentel.net> wrote:

 Subject: Re: [Coco] PCB Assembly House Recommendation?
 To: coco at maltedmedia.com
 Date: Monday, February 13, 2017, 1:26 PM
 On Monday 13 February
 2017 12:49:36 Mathew Boytim via Coco wrote:
 > Does anyone have any
 experience and recommendation for a PCB assembly
 > house to build about 500 pieces?  Seems
 someone on this list is always
 > building
 something.  This is for a non-TRS-80 related project.
 > Thanks,
 > Matt
 OSH Park. 3 pieces of a small
 board $5.95, your artwork files, from eagle 
 or kicad or almost any sw that can do a
 compatible format, and they 
 understand most
 of the popular board sw data formats. Use them to 
 develop, and when finalized they can do higher
 quantities at a lower per 
 piece price. Turn
 around times are in the week to 10 days range.  Less 
 for reruns of a board they've already got
 on file.
 Cheers, Gene
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