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Super PCB, a single source for high-quality printed circuit boards (PCBs), is pleased to offer fast-turn PCB prototypes. The company’s fast-turn prototypes can be manufactured in the U.S. or overseas depending on customer requirements. Super PCB’s fast-turn facilities can produce standard FR-4 two-layer and four-layer prototypes in 24-hours.
Super PCB serves the telecom and wireless, transportation, industrial, medical, lighting, consumer electronics, energy and IOT industries. The company offers five-star customer service, superior quality, competitive prices and on-time delivery.
Overseas shipping takes only two to three days. If the customer can allow a five business day lead time, overseas PCB prototypes are a cost effective option.
Super PCB offers USA manufacturing to support ITAR requirements. The company’s manufacturing facilities are RoHS compliant, ISO 9001 and TS16949 certified, and UL listed. Super PCB’s state-of-art equipment and technology ensures the highest quality and efficiency.
About Super PCB
Super PCB is the source for all of your high-quality PCB needs! Since 2003, the company has been providing high quality PCBs to numerous companies in a broad spectrum of industries, from consumer electronics to telecommunications, new energy, aerospace, automotive and more. Super PCB is certified to TS16949, ISO9001 and UL. For more information, click here.
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