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by BayAreaCircuits
21 Feb 2018, 20:15
Forum: Bay Area Circuits
Topic: Bay Area Circuits Manufacturing Specifications
Replies: 0
Views: 8039

Bay Area Circuits Manufacturing Specifications

We, at Bay Area Circuits, thought it would be helpful to share the manufacturing specifications we use to fabricate PCB orders submitted to us directly through DipTrace: Maximum Board Size Maximum board size must be less than 22.5 inches in height and 16.5 inches in width (maximum manufacturing capa...
by BayAreaCircuits
28 Nov 2017, 12:03
Forum: Bay Area Circuits
Topic: Updated Shipping Options, Effective 11/28/17
Replies: 0
Views: 5465

Updated Shipping Options, Effective 11/28/17

We wanted to take a moment to share a quick update regarding some recent changes to the available shipping options when ordering PCBs directly through DipTrace (or PCB Creator). Effective immediately, the available shipping options are as follows: 1. USPS Priority Mail: This option may be selected f...
by BayAreaCircuits
13 Nov 2015, 15:58
Forum: Bay Area Circuits
Topic: 2015 Holiday Schedule - Upcoming Closure Dates
Replies: 0
Views: 12125

2015 Holiday Schedule - Upcoming Closure Dates

Hello Everyone, The holiday season is upon us and we wanted to pass along a few closure dates which we encourage you to take into consideration when ordering PCBs from us through the Diptrace application. Bay Area Circuits will be closed as follows: Thanksgiving: Thursday, November 26th and Friday, ...
by BayAreaCircuits
25 Mar 2015, 19:39
Forum: PCB Manufacturing Questions
Topic: Gold finish for PCB
Replies: 7
Views: 21825

Re: Gold finish for PCB

Hi David01, When you say "Gold", what type of gold are you referring to - Hard, Soft, ENIG, etc? ENIG (Electroless Nickel Immersion Gold) is a very thin amount of gold applied over nickel. This is a very popular surface finish because it's easy to solder to and is relatively inexpensive when compare...
by BayAreaCircuits
04 Mar 2015, 12:38
Forum: Bay Area Circuits
Topic: Tip to Ensure Your Design is Ready for Manufacturing
Replies: 2
Views: 10230

Tip to Ensure Your Design is Ready for Manufacturing

If you're designing for manufacturing, many of you probably already use the Verification feature within Diptrace to check your design against the default Design Rules. As Diptrace is a manufacturer-agnostic tool, the default design rules will help ensure your design is ready for manufacturing for th...
by BayAreaCircuits
19 Feb 2015, 11:33
Forum: Bay Area Circuits
Topic: Calculating Turn Time, Shipping & Delivery
Replies: 0
Views: 8267

Calculating Turn Time, Shipping & Delivery

We thought it would be helpful to add a post with more information about how turn times are calculated as it also relates to shipping and a desired delivery date. For those who have ordered from BAC within the Diptrace application, you'll notice that you can select a turn time of either 1, 2, 3, 4, ...
by BayAreaCircuits
18 Feb 2015, 12:28
Forum: Bay Area Circuits
Topic: Insight into BAC/Diptrace Order Process
Replies: 0
Views: 8636

Insight into BAC/Diptrace Order Process

Based on questions we sometimes receive via email, we thought it might be useful to share some information regarding the order process. Let's assume you've designed a PCB with Diptrace and are ready to submit your PCB to Bay Area Circuits (BAC) for manufacturing. You select "Order PCB" from the File...
by BayAreaCircuits
13 Feb 2015, 11:24
Forum: Bay Area Circuits
Topic: Hello from Bay Area Circuits
Replies: 2
Views: 9124

Re: Hello from Bay Area Circuits

Does BAC work with or stock RF substrate material.. If so.. What ones do you stock? If RF Substrate ordered... and BAC doesn't stock a particular RF Substrate... how long does it typically take BAC to get the material? We do not routinely stock RF substrate material but do special order Rogers mate...
by BayAreaCircuits
12 Feb 2015, 11:20
Forum: Bay Area Circuits
Topic: Hello from Bay Area Circuits
Replies: 2
Views: 9124

Hello from Bay Area Circuits

Hi Everyone, The folks at Diptrace were kind enough to add a spot in their forum where we can answer any questions you may have regarding PCB ordering and manufacturing from Bay Area Circuits. (If you're new to Diptrace you may not be aware that you're able to submit your PCB design for manufacturin...