You can also email us your Gerber, drill, and readme files (.zip) directly (include your contact info). Read our PCB Quote FAQ.
During normal business hours, Monday-Friday 8am-5pm, we normally provide quotes within 5-45 minutes. However, sometimes, if the board is complex, we like to send it to our CAM department to verify that we can build the board properly, which adds some time to the process. If you submit your info after hours, one of our sales professionals will provide you with a quote the next business day.
We have a 24 hour turnaround time for some PCB requirements. Please submit your Gerber files or contact us to learn more about our expedited PCB services.
You can use any PCB design software that you want, however, it needs to be able to export Gerber RS-274X and NC Drill files. Please .zip all of your files together (include readme).
Yes, we have many customers from around the world that rely on Custom Circuit Boards to manufacture their PCBs.
We do have the capabilites to transfer your drawings, a schematic, or sample bareboard into a design file that we can use for PCB fabrication.
No, we don't repair printed circuit boards from TVs or other electronics. We can't reproduce a circuit board that has already been populated with components. Please contact the manufacturer who made the part.
Yes, we test all of the boards before they are completed and shipped to ensure quality.
No, we do not currently have the capabilites to manufacturer flex and rigid-flex PCBs, but we encourage you to contact Flex PCB.
No, Custom Circuit Boards doesn't currently manufacture HDI pcbs.
...I used Custom Circuit Boards for my recent prototypes. I was rather surprised by their immediate response. I was under extreme pressure to deliver the prototypes as soon as possible. They manufactured, tested and shipped the PCBs within two days! As far as the quality is concerned —It's exactly what I expected from a professional PCB manufacturer. Our PCBs were very small in size featuring a sensitive capacitance touch sensor, a constant current driver, and a 120 Watts mosfet AC switch. Everything had to be packed close to each other with thin tracks, vias, and very small clearances. All of the PCBs worked perfectly and passed all of our stress-tests. I will certainly trust them for my upcoming projects.Giorgos L.