ExpressPCB Now Offers Electrical Test Option for PCB Orders


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ExpressPCB has announced the addition of Electrical Test as an option for PCB customers in our latest versions of both ExpressPCB Classic and Plus. 

As project timelines shorten, and design parameters get tighter, the additional validation created by electrical test can keep you on your timeline and on budget. 

“Our customers have asked for the option to add Electrical Test, and we are happy to now provide the peace of mind that your boards will match the design files as submitted.  This allows a seamless flow of the PCBs straight to assembly, further streamlining your time from design to finished product,” said Michael Hebda, ExpressPCB product manager.

ExpressPCB continues to add features and services that allow design engineers to be as efficient as possible.  We help bring your ideas to life with free CAD Software, coupled with the highest quality, lowest manufacturing costs possible. Time is money, and reducing design cycles and validation time can have a huge impact on your project.

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