PCBs have several advantages. Previously, large wires were used to connect electronic device components, which were randomly placed wherever they could fit. This is no longer the case because the wires are now professionally connected. Traces connect the components, which are mounted on a non-conductive board. Moreover, since PCBs are created on a computer, many components can be easily crammed into a small space.
Some organizations may think about outsourcing their printed circuit board design to a specialized PCB design service simply because they need a new board for a new application. Sorting through the regulations, assembly techniques, and required components can take a while. Even if your company has the experience and resources to design PC boards in-house, external options should be considered for various reasons. Check out the list of services below:
- 1. Schematic & PCB Design by Smart_Electro
- 2. Professional PCB & Schematic Design Using Altium or Eagle by Talha
- 3. PCB Layout and PCB Circuit Design by Saadullaah
- 4. Eagle Schematics, PCBs Design by Andrei
- 5. Eagle Schematics, PCBs Design by Meikelukat
- 6. Design or Modify PCB Boards in KiCad, Eagle & EasyEDA by Bahmad4
- 7. Schematic Circuit and PCB Design in Proteus by Kathleen
- 8. Circuit Schematic and PCB Layout Design by Electronial
- 9. Circuit and PCB Layout Design by Dhanish
- 10. Professional PCB Design by Siphia
- The Advantages of Using Printed Circuit Boards aka PCB
1. Schematic & PCB Design by Smart_Electro
Smart_Electro (@smart_electro) is a skilled and highly experienced hardware designer. He has extensive knowledge of PCB layout, having worked as a PCB layout designer for several years. He is proficient in using popular electronic design automation software such as Altium Designer, KiCAD, PADS, Autodesk Eagle, Proteus, Fritzing, and DipTrace.
- Basic: 2-layer PCB board with up to 20 components + a PCB board step file and fabrication data.
- Standard: 2-to-4-layer PCB board with up to 40 components + a PCB board step file and fabrication data.
- Premium: 4-to-16-layer PCB board with up to 60 components + PCB board step file and fabrication data.
2. Professional PCB & Schematic Design Using Altium or Eagle by Talha
Talha Waheed (@talhawaheed114) is a trained electrical engineer with a focus on electronics and telecommunications. His field of expertise is hardware design engineering. He has a strong background in professional PCB design, product prototyping, circuits, and schematics.
- Basic: Single/Double Layer PCB design, with up to 10 components.
- Standard: Single/Double PCB design, up to 20 components.
- Premium: Multi-layer PCB design with up to 30 components.
3. PCB Layout and PCB Circuit Design by Saadullaah
Saadullaah (@saadullaah) holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering with a specialization in Embedded Systems. He enjoys doing almost anything related to engineering and other assignments.
- Basic: Single layer design having max of 12 components.
- Standard: 2-layer PCB along with BOM having max of 25 components.
- Premium: Custom work.
4. Eagle Schematics, PCBs Design by Andrei
Andrei Kovari (@kovari_andrei) is a member of Nanolabs, a small group of engineers that provides PCB design and prototyping services to hundreds of customers around the world.
Nanolabs will design (schematic and PCB layout) any small, medium or complex device in Eagle PCB CAD. The PCB can be single or multi-layer (up to 10 layers), depending on the customer’s needs. If necessary, a Fusion360 3D model can be exported and integrated into your CAD drawings.
5. Eagle Schematics, PCBs Design by Meikelukat
Meikelukat (@meikelukat) is an electronics engineer with six years of hardware design experience on platforms such as Altium, EasyEDA, KiCad, Prometheus, among others.
Meikelukat will design your custom PCB board for your circuit/schematic in Altium and simulate it using Proteus software.
6. Design or Modify PCB Boards in KiCad, Eagle & EasyEDA by Bahmad4
Bahmad4 (@bahmad4) is an electrical and electronics engineer who specializes in general electronics, analog design, and power electronics. He can help you with your electronics projects from start to finish, from component selection to functional simulations and PCB design.
- Basic: Single Layer PCB with up-to 20 parts.
- Standard: Single or double layer PCB with a max of 30 parts.
- Premium: Up to 4-layer boards with 60 parts and custom footprints.
7. Schematic Circuit and PCB Design in Proteus by Kathleen
Kathleen (@kathleensue) is a qualified Electronic Engineer. She has worked in the electronic industry as a teacher and developer for over a decade. She is capable of troubleshooting any Arduino hardware or software issue.
- Basic: Schematic in Proteus of an electronic circuit of less than 20 components.
- Standard: Design a PCB in Proteus of your electronic circuit of less than 20 components.
- Premium: Schematic and PCB design in Proteus of an electronic circuit with between 20 to 30 components.
8. Circuit Schematic and PCB Layout Design by Electronial
Electronial (@electronial) is an experienced Electronics Engineer with a strong background in Circuit Design, Simulation, Firmware Development, and Embedded Systems.
- Basic: 2 layers, up to 10 components, Bom list, Gerber files, 3D images, DRC Check Result.
- Standard: 2 or 4 layers, up to 20 components, Bom list, Gerber files, 3D Images, DRC Check Result.
- Premium: Multiple Layers, up to 40 Components, Bom list, Gerber files, 3D images, DRC Check Result.
9. Circuit and PCB Layout Design by Dhanish
Dhanish Vijayan (@dhanishvijayan) is a skilled Electronics and Communication Engineer with extensive experience in PCB development. He also keeps a GitHub repository of code he’s written for various open-source projects.
- Basic: Single Layer Printed Circuit Board Design without much constraints.
- Standard: Multiple Layer Printed Circuit Board Design (2-4 layers) with intermediate level constraints.
- Premium: Multiple Layer PCB Design (4 layers or more) with expert level constraints (RF, High speed, etc).
10. Professional PCB Design by Siphia
Siphia (@professional_1_) has a degree in Electrical Engineering with a focus on Embedded Systems.
- Basic: Single layer design having max of 12 components.
- Standard: 2-layer PCB along with BOM having max of 20 components.
- Premium: Complete Product and will provide schematic, Gerber files, BOM.
The Advantages of Using Printed Circuit Boards aka PCB
These circuit boards provide a lot of advantages. As a result, they are an excellent choice for manufacturers of various equipment, instruments, and electronic components. Let’s look at some of the significant advantages of PCBs.
A simple PCB can hold a lot of small components. Instead of using regular wires, these components are connected using copper tracks. As a result, hundreds of components can be connected without worrying about the circuit board’s size.
Easy to Diagnose and Repair
A PCB enables you to diagnose and repair issues quickly. On the board, the electronic components and their polarities are designed and labeled. So it’s easy to check and replace components in the event of a failure.
When compared to traditional boards, PCBs take significantly less time to assemble a circuit.
On a PCB, solder flux is used to attach all components to the board. As a result, no matter how much the board is moved, the components remain stationary. As a result, the circuit is much more reliable when used regularly.
You won’t have a problem with short circuits or loose connections because the joints are made through copper tracks.
Less (to No) Amount of Noise
The electronic components on a PCB are arranged in such a way that there is minimal space between them. As a result, the noise is significantly reduced.
Because PCBs are inexpensive, they can be mass-produced in large quantities without costing a fortune.