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mattmunee

I had Macrofab assemble my Neutrino:



https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rabidprototypes/neutrino-the-tiny-32-bit-arduino-zero-compatible


They're in Texas, and specialize in short runs. Very affordable. Those prototypes were only $35 ea.  That's including the cost of the components and shipping.  Three week turn time, but they should get faster once they start getting enough orders that they can stop using OSHSpark.

http://macrofab.net/


Thank you, scswift!  This was a seriously good find!  These guys offer single board fab & assembly for crazy cheap.  Any other place on the planet seems to charge at least $400 for a small batch (10 or less), but I've been quoted up to $1300 for ten boards!  I just ordered 10 from MacroFab for $260 (fab and assembly), and I just can't believe that I could've ordered a single board for $37!  Seriously crazy.  I really hope these guys take off.  They're tapping an entirely new market.


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