With the resources of a strong network and the expertise of our team members,
San Francisco Circuits provides you with a unique one stop solution to all your
printed circuit needs, including
PCB manufacturing and assembly.
PCB Services from a Single Source: It is no longer necessary for you to seek
multiple vendors for different services. San Francisco Circuits offers you a single
point of contact and will take care of all aspects needed to bridge your concepts
PCB Production with No Limits! Because of our strong alliances, we have no limitations
as to technology, quantity, or lead time. Our worldwide network represents a full
array of highly respected, top rated manufacturers, designers and assemblers. San
Francisco Circuits team members are dedicated to providing you with exceptional
support and satisfaction. Our experts are available to consult 24/7.
Many Thanks to San Francisco
Circuits for Continued Support!
SF Circuits' specialty is in the complex,
advanced technology of
PCB fabrication and assembly, producing high quality multi-layered
PCBs from elaborate layouts. With them, you receive unparalleled technical expertise
at competitive prices as well as the most progressive solutions available. Their
customers request PCB production that is outside the capabilities of normal circuit
board providers. Please take a moment to visit San Francisco Circuits today. "Printed
Circuit Fabrication & Assembly with No Limit on Technology or Quantity."
Advanced technology PCB fabrication & assembly. San Francisco Circuits is
a one-stop supplier with two California locations in San Mateo and San Diego. 40+
layers, prototype & production quantities, 48-hourour prototypes, blind &
buried vias, much more.
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