Gerber File Option Added to Sunstone's PCB123 Order Process


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Sunstone Circuits, printed circuit board (PCB) solutions provider for prototypes, medium volume and production quantities, has launched a better way to get free Gerber files when placing a PCB order through the PCB123 free CAD tool.

As always, PCB123 users can easily design and order prototypes and production through Sunstone's full manufacturing service line by clicking on the "ORDER" button inside PCB123 to send the design straight to Sunstone’s OneQuote form to allow the user to make all of the PCB choices they need for their design. In addition to all the normal PCB parameters users also have a choice of engineering level and can either build for Prototype (Limited Review) or jump over to Sunstone's PCBpro service for complex services or full-blown production.

In the past when the user wished to receive a set of Gerber files for their completed order, an email or phone call to our Support team was required. Now simply checking a box in the order process allows users to have their Gerber files ordered and sent without any further steps on the users’ part.  Perfect for the designer that wants to keep a library of their completed and tooled Gerber files. 

PCB123’s free CAD Tool is part of a suite of PCB solutions from Sunstone which includes RF manufacturing capabilities, in-house ENIG capabilities, choices of lead times and a vast array of manufacturing enhancements for all of the Sunstone services ValueProto, PCBExpress, PCBpro and PCB123.  Also because every PCB design needs components Sunstone offers Bundled Assembly, SMT Stencils with or without nano coating all through our OneQuote form. With all of these offerings, Sunstone Circuits is continuing to differentiate themselves as the preferred comprehensive PCB solutions provider within the marketplace.

About Sunstone Circuits

Sunstone Circuits, a printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturer based in Oregon, has almost 50 years of experience manufacturing high quality, on-time PCBs. Sunstone Circuits is committed to continuously improving the overall process for the design engineer from quote to delivery. With solutions ranging from prototypes to medium volume and production quantities, Sunstone has your entire product lifecycle covered. With around the clock US customer support, Sunstone Circuits provides unparalleled customer service. For more information about Sunstone's innovative PCB solutions, or to learn more about our custom quote or online quote and ordering process, please visit www.Sunstone.com.

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