The answer depends a little on what you want to do.
I use elecrow for PCB prototypes as I only tend to do 1-2 layer designs on
less than 10x10cm for myself and don’t mind the default 2-4 weeks for PCBs
to turn up.
Elecrow can go to 4 layers, but i’ve not tried using them for that.
For PCB design, I use the free version of Eagle, but that’s down to it
being free and what i’ve used historically. Now KiCad is becoming a good
choice for new designs.On 1 July 2016 at 12:25, Dan Davenport (LaLuna Technology) < email@example.com> wrote:
I am looking for a good PCB prototyping service, does Hackspace Manchester
have a preferred company for PCB manufacture? Also, is there some preferred
schematic and PCB routing design software?
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