Seeed Fusion Sponsors Makers with New $1 PCB Manufacturing Offer


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Seeed Studio's Fusion service has been providing Chinese electronics manufacturing services to customers worldwide for over ten years. With foundations in the maker community, Seeed understands the movement's needs well and is devoted to supporting their projects.

This time, Fusion is giving away a new package designed for makers. At just $1, customers can get three pieces of up to two-layer PCBs within 100x100mm with a choice of colors and thicknesses. The quality is exactly the same and, since the quantity is lower, shipping prices are cheaper.

This unique package, available only at Seeed Fusion, is ideal for makers who often only need a few pieces compared to the typical 10 or 5 pieces, or for individuals who just want to try out the service.

Seeed Fusion provides hardware manufacturing services including PCB fabrication, PCB assembly, PCB layout, 3D printing, CNC milling and more. As the star service, Seeed Fusion's PCB service caters for boards from 3 to 8000 pieces, 1 to 30 layers, 1oz to 6oz copper weights and various materials and advanced features, all at competitive prices. Get an instant quote online from the website directly with as low as two days production time.

Seeed Fusion's PCB assembly service covers PCB manufacture, in-house assembly and parts procurement in one package. The service features an online BOM reader and calculator that can provide the full quote in seconds. Components can be procured from major distributors such as DigiKey and Mouser, or customers can select from 800 locally sourced parts from Seeed's open parts library (OPL). These parts are cheaper or completely free with PCBA orders and can reduce the total lead time to 15 business days from order confirmation, compared to 25 days if parts are sourced externally.

Seeed's Fusion service prides in being close to its customers and listening to their needs to effectively improve the service. This promotion is yet another example of Seeed Fusion giving customers what they want and is only one of many developments in the works.

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