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Minimum PCB Size

Posted: Wed Feb 23, 2005 7:13 am
by bsnowblind
What are the actual limitations in L x W size of board? I am considering something that would fit on the back of a single AA battery pack (approx. 2" x 0.5") which would hit the one square inch minimum. I may have over-looked this on the site.

Thanks,

BR

Posted: Wed Feb 23, 2005 9:05 am
by Lawrence
I found on the Custom PCBs page under PCB Specifications that the minimum size is 1" x 1" so you might be out of luck on the 0.5" width of your PCB.

Posted: Wed Feb 23, 2005 2:36 pm
by sparky
Hi,

I edited the topic a bit to match the question/answer a bit better.

The PCB page can be confusing. The minimum amount you can order is obviously 1"x1" or 1 square inch at $2.50. Your board size can actually be anything smaller than this. We will cut to your board. If you need one or two units, no problem. If you need 45 pcs at 0.3x0.4" then we may have to have a talk. Most likely we would need to get you an entire v-scored panel.

2"x0.5" is no problem.

-Nathan