I personally recommend the following places for boards with up to 8 layers:
Electronic Assembly Search Engine
The following is a compilation made by Joe Paradiso of recommendations (email headers deleted):
Subject: Re: Quick turnaround board houses Try Advanced Circuits . They have on-line quotes in real time, allow you to submit data the same way that AP circuits does, and allow you to choose your lead time/price combination. Ara
Tech Circuits, Inc.
Subject: Re: Quick turnaround board houses We recently used these guys to turn around some boards overnight and they did a good job at a decent price. -Henry Tech Circuits, Inc. Silversmith Park 340 Quinnipiac St. P.O. Box 309 Wallingford, CT 06492 http://www.techcircuits.com Voice ( 203 ) 269-3311 Fax ( 203 ) 284-9389 BBS ( 203 ) 269-6659 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Wallingford is about 1.5 hours south of Amherst, right off I-91. They specialize in low quantity, moderate-to-fast turnaround of prototype board runs. We got boards out of them overnight. Their reputation is good and our boards were fine.
Subject: Re: Quick turnaround board houses Call now: Texas Circuitry 3524 Dividend Drive Garland, TX 75042 Work: 972 276-8244 E-Mail: email@example.com Contact: Ollie Ashley Tell him Rob sent you. They did 200 "orb" boards, with silkscreen, solder mask, ROUND cutout with a 48 hour turn for $800. I think their minimum is $350 (non-rush), which will still be more than AP, but they do great work. To save time, you can even zip/email the files to them now, then call them and ask about pricing and schedule. If you have an agreement, they'll already have the files. Good luck. - Rob
Accutek Microcircuit Corp. 2 New Pasture Rd. Suite 1 Newburyport, MA 01950-4054 978-465-6200 firstname.lastname@example.org Now that all 1500 of our galvactivators are finished, I'd like to take the time to recommend highly the fabrication house that I hired for the electronics production. It was important for me to find a local house for this job, as it was huge and I wanted to keep a close eye on it. After some searching, I found Accutek Microcircuit Corp. in Newburyport, Mass. I couldn't have been happier with the experience that I had there. Not only were the prices very fair, but the staff were extremely gracious and easy to work with. There were all kinds of weird aspects to this project, ranging from different parts arriving at random points in the production schedule --- to finishing the job by soldering the circuit into a strange glovelike device! Accutek is capable of large and small-scale jobs, both turnkey and consignment. They are also very willing to work with us on unusual jobs like this one, that require a marriage of technology and fashion. They were on time, very flexible, and very open to having me coming by to check up on them regularly. The quality control was impeccable -- after checking all 1500 units last night, our team only found *one* which didn't work. In short, I highly recommend this company for future jobs. -Jocelyn
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