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PCBCORE:
Hi Guys,

If you need PCB, feel free to visit www.pcbcore.com, or send email to sales@pcbcore.com for quotation,

Skype: PCBCORE
MSN: pcbcore@hotmail.com

Thanks.

kaz911:
a few suggestions:

1. A lot of people do not want to register to get a quote or price examples. Either make it possible to get a quote without registration or provide some example design prices.
2. Update your copyright to 2011?? (now says 2008)
3. It is very polite when you advertise here for free to give the members of EEVBlog SPECIAL discount. :-)

/Kasper

PCBCORE:
Kasper, thanks for your good suggestions, we are indeed trying to finish updating website this year, 
it will be much more humanistic.

And sure, if someone can launch a group buying at eevblog, we will offer discount, anyone interesting in?

PCBCORE
Rachel

amspire:
I could be interested in a special deal. Until I can see your prices without registering, it is hard to judge if you are competitive or not.

If the tooling costs are high for prototyping, that would definitely not be attractive to hobbyists here.

If PCBCORE felt like making a videoblog on preparing a 2 or 4 layer board for manufacture, it would be popular here. Things like how to minimize problems and costs based on your in-house experience.

If we are using Diptrace, Design Spark, KiCad, gEDA, etc, we will have to send you Gerber files. Any regular problems that you can warn us about?

It is good to see you in the forum. If you ever feel like contributing when someone has a question on PCB manufacture, that would be really great.

Richard

PCBCORE:
Hi, Richard, PCBCORE needs you registered in to quote right now, the quote system will be opened to visitors when updating...If you don't want to registe, you may quote via email by sending files and board specifications, we will do manual quoting...

When generate gerber files, please don't miss dimension layer and drill file(incluing sizes and positions)? layers with clear file extension for us juding the sequence, especially for multi-layer jobs?it's very important to point out if board has cutouts or slots?check if all pads with correct soldermask openings; check agin when sending them out to make sure if all necessary files were included, like silkscreen layer if you need it....Though these questions are easy, but we do get these questions everyday...

If you want get the cheapest price from us, remember to set the min. spacing/tracing >8mil, min. via: >0.3mm, min. annular ring: >10mil

When you guys have any manufacturing question, feel free to ask us, we are glad to help, for fast response, please send email to service@pcbcore.com.

PCBCORE
Rachel



--- Quote from: amspire on February 04, 2012, 06:04:21 am ---I could be interested in a special deal. Until I can see your prices without registering, it is hard to judge if you are competitive or not.

If the tooling costs are high for prototyping, that would definitely not be attractive to hobbyists here.

If PCBCORE felt like making a videoblog on preparing a 2 or 4 layer board for manufacture, it would be popular here. Things like how to minimize problems and costs based on your in-house experience.

If we are using Diptrace, Design Spark, KiCad, gEDA, etc,  we will have to send you Gerber files. Any regular problems that you can warn us about?

It is good to see you in the forum. If you ever feel like contributing when someone has a question on PCB manufacture, that would be really great.


Richard

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