Everyone cares about quality regardless of cost and when it comes to printed circuit boards, Advanced Circuits really offers high quality customer service and reliability. It’s the third largest printed circuit board manufacturer in the US, but it has been around since 1989, but the history of this company started ten years before, when Seiko Circuits has founded it. In 1989, Ron Huston and Paul Bustabade have bought the company and renamed it renaming it to Advanced Circuits. Now, it’s specialized in both Quick Turn, Small Quantity PCBs and Production quantities.
Advanced Circuits’ main competitors are Custom PCB Manufacturing Inc. and PCB Fab Express and its divisions are located in Aurora, CO, Tempe, AZ and Maple Grove, MN. The company is specialized in Printed Circuit Boards, Expanded PCB Capabilities & Materials, ITAR Registered & DOD Contracts Ready, PCB Fabrication & Assembly,
PCB Manufacturing, MIL-PRF-31032, MIL-PRF-55110, IPC 6012 CLASS 3/3A,
AS9100, ISO 9001:2008 and its products are used for many purposes. For example: military/defense, aerospace, medical and commercial industries and the biggest achievement was to manufacture DOD Contracts in the United States.
At the beginning of March, Advanced Circuits was announcing that the company has expanded in Northeast, being represented by Nycom, Inc., headquartered in E. Syracuse, NY, and which is known for providing products and services to the local scientific, architectural and construction community.
Back in November 2015 Advanced Circuits was acquiring Coastal Circuits in Redwood City, CA, which had over 48 years of operation. Advanced Circuits took over a loyal customer base, which gained access to a wide range of exclusive services and of a high quality.
If you check the company’s PCB Specials on Advanced Circuits’ official website, here’s what you can get:
– $500 off HDI PCBs;
– if you’re a new customer, you’ll receive $500 free by typing in “500” in the registration code box when registering;
– 50% off 1st Order up to $250;
– 50% off 2nd Order up to $250.