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PCB: www.olimex.com

Started by Optimist January 26, 2004
In article <bvg545$rnfhm$1@ID-140944.news.uni-berlin.de>, me@privacy.net 
says...
> > "R Adsett" <radsett@junk.attcanad.ca> wrote in message > news:VyxSb.28535$ef.19361@twister01.bloor.is.net.cable.rogers.com... > > In article <bvcmbp$qh04v$1@ID-140944.news.uni-berlin.de>, me@privacy.net > > says... > > > works fine with mozillafirebird 0.7 and mozilla 1.6 here. > > > just need to scroll down the first page. > > > > > > Alex > > > > > Hmm, I'm using firebird and all I see are the company name and its mirror > > image and above and to the right a pair of odd boxes. No menu, no links > > nada. > > > > Robert > > You have javascript disabled ?
Strangely enough I do. Usually I don't unless I know I'm going to need it. On the other hand when I click on on of the malformed images I get a complaint about needing a java-vm. This thing needs java just to provide a link off the main page? They have GOT to be kidding. Oh for anyone stepping in to the middle of this the link is www.multifor.com Supposedly they produce PCBs Robert

Lewin A.R.W. Edwards wrote:

>>You might also consider myro.com. They have an office in Canada and do >>the work in China. I will be trying them myself on my current, tiny > > > Ummm??? myro.com leads me to a generic parked domain page.
Should have been http://www.myropcb.com/ Prices are attractive, especially for multilayer boards. Leon -- Leon Heller, G1HSM Email: aqzf13@dsl.pipex.com My low-cost Philips LPC210x ARM development system: http://www.geocities.com/leon_heller/lpc2104.html
> >>You might also consider myro.com. They have an office in Canada and do > >>the work in China. I will be trying them myself on my current, tiny > > > > Ummm??? myro.com leads me to a generic parked domain page. > > Should have been http://www.myropcb.com/
Thanks, I'm on crack, I should have read the rest of this thread before posting. I've been looking around for a cheaper vendor for my prototypes. I'm looking at custompcb.com right now. I use Advanced Circuits for production, but they're quite expensive for prototypes. Excellent service, though, which is what has kept me coming back....
I totally agree with you -
good designed website is a must for good company nowadays.
I personally usually skip such websites, however that one
was referenced from another one in Russia, a good one ;) with good prices.

So, I already have had positive expectations.
BTW, at the end I've got tired to figure out what lyers I have to produce
from Eagle in Gerber274, what drill sizes are supported and ordered from
www.custompcb.com - at least no
hassles with layers and formats - they accepted files directly from Eagle.

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"steven" <stevenPANTSvh@pandora.be> wrote in message
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> "Optimist" <never2much@optimizm.com> wrote in message > news:U6yRb.692$L%6.479002777@news.nnrp.ca... > > Thanks, everyone. > > BTW, I found Canadian producer > > www.multifor.com > > > > Will think about them, olimex.com, custompcb.com, eprotos.com and > > pcbexpress.com > > > > Well, I hope their services are better than their website. Sucks. My 10
year
> old nephew does it better. And in Mozilla you don't get to see the menu. > Though I'm not sure that this is a bad thing :-) > >
"Lewin A.R.W. Edwards" wrote:
> > > >>You might also consider myro.com. They have an office in Canada and do > > >>the work in China. I will be trying them myself on my current, tiny > > > > > > Ummm??? myro.com leads me to a generic parked domain page. > > > > Should have been http://www.myropcb.com/ > > Thanks, I'm on crack, I should have read the rest of this thread > before posting. I've been looking around for a cheaper vendor for my > prototypes. I'm looking at custompcb.com right now. I use Advanced > Circuits for production, but they're quite expensive for prototypes. > Excellent service, though, which is what has kept me coming back....
myropcb does their work in China. With the shipping you can expect nearly any work to take almost 3 weeks, not so good for protos. Their contact is in Canada. I discussed the customs and duty issues with them and it is potluck as far as I can tell. They said some shipments require duty and some don't.