Sunstone Circuits Set to Exhibit at PCB East 2023

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Sunstone Circuits, a printed circuit board (PCB) global solutions provider for prototypes, medium volume, and production quantities, recently announced participation in the PCB East Conference and Exhibition on May 9-12, 2023. Sunstone will be exhibiting alongside its printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) partner, Screaming Circuits, both offering show attendees an exclusive discount for visiting the booths.

PCB East is a four-day technical conference for electronics design, fabrication, assembly, and test engineers. It will take place May 9-12, 2022, in Marlborough, MA. The event includes a one-day exhibition on May 10. For information on the technical conference and to register for PCB East,

Meeting and talking with customers face to face is enlightening – a chance to clarify expectations and update customers with new and existing practices and capabilities.

“Through conversations with customers, we find that there are capabilities and manufacturing options that may not be common knowledge such as: Sunstone can build PCBs up to 20 layers, produce higher production quantities and that we also hold ISO 9001 certification registration for ITAR, and compliant with  RoHS initiatives and more.  Face-to-face is a perfect way to connect with these customers and reconnect with long-time industry partners,” said Kelly Atay, Marketing Program Manager.

For educational content from Sunstone, be sure to download The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to... Designing for Reality by Matt Stevenson. 

Matt Stevenson is vice president at Sunstone Circuits. To read past columns or contact Stevenson, click here.  


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