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From: "Frithiof Andreas Jensen"
Subject: Re: Problems with using Aerosol Photoresist - Don't Bother!
Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 10:26:04 +0100
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"Robert Baer" wrote in message
> *EXPENSIVE* !!!
> Try http://www.expresspcb.com/
.... Which is obscenely expensive compared to pcbpool.com - USD 67 *minimum*
fer rice cakes - plus USD 39 Shipping, Customs handling charge and finally
Import Tax on the whole lot!
Or is that what you are saying?
pcbpool.com charges EUR 39 for a plain doublesided eurocard (*or the
equivalent area!!!!*) - which is about USD 40 - and I can use "my own"
layout software (antique ORCAD) where I happen to know most of the buglets.
They are ideal for prototyping - in former time we used to pay ten times as
much for a one-off - and still cheap enough for DIY stuff.
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