cost of low-quantity PCBs with hard gold over nickel edge card connectors

Eric Smith spacewar at
Wed Feb 18 21:15:53 CST 2015

On Wed, Feb 18, 2015 at 8:09 PM, Jon Elson <elson at> wrote:
> I use E-Teknet in Arizona almost exclusively.  They are quite reasonable for
> generic boards.  They DO charge extra for gold fingers.  I haven't had any
> gold finger boards done recently, but I think it will add $50 - $100 to the
> cost of a small lot of boards.

Thanks for the tip. A $50-100 adder for a small lot suits me just fine.

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