I've had very good results with Argo Transdata Corp, Clinton CT. They are quite happy to assemble quantities of 5 or 10 boards. Quality is excellent, and turn around can be as short as a week or so. I supply the boards (advanced pcb) and all parts, bom, and an ascii pcb file (they don't want the pick and place). For more detail, call or write offline.

Richard

At 04:25 PM 9/2/2003, you wrote:
Tom,

Unfortunately, I did not make it clear.
I am interested in *assembly* service, not PCB itself.

As for PCB, I second your opinion about www.4pcb.com.
Use them a lot.

Regards,
Yuriy.


Tom Reineking wrote: > > Hi Yuriy, > We've had very good luck with quality and quick turn around with > Advanced Circuits, www.4pcd.com. I haven't done much with price > comparison, though. Good luck. > Tom > > Yuriy Khapochkin wrote: > > >Could anybody recommend good place in US/Canada > >for ordering small prototype quantity (up to 10 pieces) PCB assembly? > > > >Personal experience especially welcome. > > > >Regards, > >Yuriy Khapochkin. > > > > > > > >


Cheesecote Mountain CAMAC, 24 Halley Drive; Pomona, NY 10970 voice: 845 364 0211, fax: 845 362 6947, www.cmcamac.com



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