Sunstone Circuits Now Offering ITAR on Limited Review PCBs


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Sunstone Circuits®, the leading printed circuit board (PCB) prototype to production solutions provider, has just announced that ITAR controlled PCB jobs can now be ordered through its “Limited Review” products (PCBExpress® and ValueProto®).

“We are excited to be able to offer our customers what we feel to be an even better value for their ITAR controlled projects,” said Sunstone’s VP of Operations, Nancy Viter. “Our customers can now receive instant pricing and on-line ordering for projects requiring ITAR control that do not require as much manufacturing scrutiny and upfront project review. These Limited Review services are perfect for: Prototyping, vetted designs up to 500 boards, faster turn times (starting at 1 day), and orders without Print note adherence requirements”.

“We have received feedback that ITAR is becoming more and more necessary for designs and we have come through,” said Matt Stevenson VP of Sales and Marketing for Sunstone Circuits. “This upgrade, coupled with the recent changes to these products made in the past month, maximum board quantities and increased number of slots and cutouts, allow more orders to qualify for this level of up front scrutiny. “

Design engineers have more flexibility than ever to get the PCB that they need, at a highly competitive price, when they need it. PCBs manufactured in the USA with exceedingly high quality and the Sunstone touch. All of these additions are also readily available through PCB123® as well. Just select what you need from the OneQuote form and every selection will update your pricing dynamically, so the control is in your hands and makes ordering easier than ever.

For more information on Sunstone Circuits’ products and services, visit www.sunstone.com.

About Sunstone Circuits®

Sunstone Circuits® is a leader in the industry for innovative and reliable printed circuit board (PCB) solutions for the electronic design industry. With nearly 50 years of experience in delivering high quality, on-time PCBs , Sunstone Circuits is committed to improving the prototyping through production processes for design engineers from quote to delivery. With experienced customer support via phone, online and chat, Sunstone Circuits provides unparalleled customer service. For more information about Sunstone's innovative PCB solutions, or to learn more about the online quote and ordering process, please visit www.Sunstone.com.

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