You're looking at the wrong price - it's still $2.00 for ten prototype boards 100x100.Logged on but they are quoting $30.00 for qty10 100mm x 100mm.
PCBWay and Seeed still at $5.00 for the same.
Unless he's factoring in shipping, but shipping costs are waived for the first order.You're looking at the wrong price - it's still $2.00 for ten prototype boards 100x100.
Look across the middle of the page - there are four items - 2 layers, 4 layers. 6 layers, SMT stencil - the two layer one is clearly listed at £1.52 (in my case ).
I suspect you're looking at the scrolling prices above, and happened to read the 6 layer one.
My favorite has been Seeed up till now, but they are no longer shipping Hong Kong mail just DHL etc.Unless he's factoring in shipping, but shipping costs are waived for the first order.
We happily pay for DHL, spread across ten (or more) boards it still gives you cheap high quality boards delivered in a nice fast time.My favorite has been Seeed up till now, but they are no longer shipping Hong Kong mail just DHL etc.
I believe they got complaints of non tracking ability and long delivery times.
Unfortunately the board is about 100 x 120, the longer dimension is to fit in the guide slots in the box we're using - but as I said, it's still a very cheap price for the boards - we're very happy with them. They are actually a revision of one of my earlier boards, with the required changes implemented - such as adding the I2C pull-up resistors I forgot!, and altering the size and position of sockets on the board to make they product easier to construct.Keep in mind if you need a long but narrow board...you can lay it out on the diagonal of the 100mm x 100mm bounding box. The may allow you to make a board as long as 130mm or even longer depending on the width, especially if you can tolerate rounded ends. You do have to work at a 45° angle if you do this, but it's not too difficult.