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Source for 4 layer prototype boards?

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pcb pool prototyope 4 layer

I was wondering if anyone knew a good place for getting prototype 4 layer boards?

I've got a pretty small board(2.5"x4") and most places want to change $300+ per run. I know batchPCB can do 4 layer boards but the turn around time is 2-3 months(!).
 

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Hello!

I use this:
https://www.pcb-pool.com/

Anyway, 4-layer boards are expensive, but I think it would be more likely
100 ~ 150 euros + shipping.
They have an online calculation.

The idea is that the smallest unit you can buy is 100 cm2. I don't know the
exact inch exchange rate today, but I think you would get only 1 piece for
the basic price (100 ~ 150 euros??).

Then the final price depends whether you want a silkscreen, etc.
And the delay is 2 weeks for the cheapest course.


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I was wondering if anyone knew a good place for getting prototype 4 layer boards?

I've got a pretty small board(2.5"x4") and most places want to change $300+ per run. I know batchPCB can do 4 layer boards but the turn around time is 2-3 months(!).
 

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That's more along the lines of what I was looking for! ~$170 is more reasonable then $400+.
 

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