Discounts on Barebones Printed Circuit Boards from AdvancedPCB

Posted 12/6/2012 by AdvancedPCB
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When you are building your prototype, it is essential to consider ways to cut your project time and costs without sacrificing on the quality of your end result. Once your standard spec prototype is perfected, you can place a full spec order with AdvancedPCB and have the cost of your BareBones purchased credited to your new order. In effect, you get your BareBones order for free as you work to make sure your prototype is perfect. Our BareBones PCBs are cut to rectangle shape only and have all holes plated. There is no internal routing and no scoring, tab rout, or drilled hole board separations. You can see the full list of specs online.

Engineering Students Save with AdvancedPCB

If you are an engineering student, you can save by working with PCBs from AdvancedPCB. We believe in the future of our industry and know that engineering students need and deserve our support to help everyone grow. You can connect with an expert at AdvancedPCB to learn more about our student program and use our free PCB layout software and DFM file check to assist you with your PCB orders.

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