ExpressPCB Now Offers Two-Day Flat Rate Shipping


Reading time ( words)

ExpressPCB, the established leader in providing software and manufacturing solutions for high-quality, low-cost, and quick turnaround prototyping, has reduced the cost of the flat-rate two-day shipping option through UPS in the latest versions of both ExpressPCB Classic and Plus.

“While we exceed a 99% on-time delivery with our service, we found our customers were looking for even more value from their PCB design and manufacturing partner.  Our long-standing logistics partnership with UPS provided us the opportunity to develop a shipping solution and pass the savings on to our customers,” said Michael Hebda, ExpressPCB product manager.

ExpressPCB continues to add features and services that allow design engineers to be as efficient as possible. ExpressPCB's mission is  to 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.

About ExpressPCB

With 20 years of experience and nearly 1 million completed projects, ExpressPCB delivers easy to use PCB Design Software and high quality, on-time PCB prototypes. ExpressPCB is committed to improving the prototyping process for design engineers of all levels and abilities.

ExpressPCB’s Schematic and Layout tools are simple and feature an unencumbered and easy-to-master user interface, good for beginners and experts alike. If the design phase needs to be as quick turn as the prototype fabrication phase, then ExpressPCB is the only choice.

For more information about ExpressPCB’s PCB solutions, please visit www.expresspcb.com.

Share

Print


Suggested Items

Words of Advice: Your Company’s Design Process

05/16/2019 | Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
In a recent survey, we asked PCB designers to describe their company’s design process: Is it a rigid workflow they follow to the letter, or a process that allows for their individual techniques? Of course, the comments were illustrative. Only one respondent said, "We just wing it."

Learning to Be More Flexible: Case Studies on Improving FPC Design

05/14/2019 | Todd MacFadden, Bose Corporation
As miniaturization requirements force manufacturers to pack more functionality into ever-smaller packages, it becomes more difficult to conform to IPC construction recommendations. Achieving robust FPCs requires frequent, iterative interaction internally among the mechanical, electrical, and PCB design teams, as well as with the fabricators and assemblers. The sooner in the design cycle you can engage the supplier and assembler, the better.

Technically Appropriate Material Choices are Key to Design Success

05/16/2019 | Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
Materials are no longer a passive part of the design; they play an active role in the manufacturability, reliability, and speed of a PCB. I-Connect007’s Nolan Johnson and Mike Creeden, founder of San Diego PCB Design, discuss several key characteristics that designers should consider in their material selection process.



Copyright © 2019 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.