Sunstone Circuits Launches Customer Case Studies


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Sunstone Circuits has recently launched the latest in a series of Customer Case Studies. Find out how Sunstone helped Gentec-EO to be first to market with robust, innovative new products.

"Without Sunstone, I don't know if we could cost-effectively produce the boards we need fast enough to maintain production schedules," said customer Sid Levingston. To read the case study, click here.

Sunstone will also be exhibiting, along with sister company, 3D Fixtures, at Printed Electronics USA 2015. Visit booth #H13 and #H15 to find out how 3D printing can improve prototyping processes.

About Sunstone Circuits

Sunstone Circuits is the established leader in providing innovative and reliable printed circuit board (PCB) solutions for the electronic design industry. With over 40 years of experience ­­­in delivering high-quality, on-time PCB prototypes, Sunstone Circuits is committed to improving the prototyping & production process for the design engineer from quote to delivery. With live on-site, e-mail and telephone customer support every day of the year (24/7/365), Sunstone Circuits provides unparalleled customer service and leads the industry with a real On-Time Guarantee that is the first of its kind. For more information about Sunstone's innovative PCB solutions, or to learn more about the online quote and ordering process, please visit www.Sunstone.com. Keep in touch with Sunstone Circuits through social media: YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn & Google+. Or call 1-800-228-8198 or e-mail support@sunstone.com.

 

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