I thought I’d post this as a new thread here since the original blog post seems to be getting a lot of search-related hits…
A couple months ago I detailed the turn-around time for a no-frills $9.90 PCB order, and described all the communications and shipping status updates (with dates and times) I saw along the way – from placing the order, through “processing,” “production,” “traceable,” “shipped,” “acceptance,” “processed through sort facility,” “arrival at unit,” and “delivered.”
This should be helpful for new customers in the USA who are anxiously awaiting their PCBs, or potential customers who want to get a good idea of the turn-around time ahead of their order. The folks at SeeedStudio didn’t know I was going to post this, so it’s probably a good example of the typical turn-around time. Here’s where you can find the details:
The simple single-sided PCB for that initial order is shown here: thefrankes.com/wp/?p=2557) arrived in exactly the same amount of time. In the second case, the production time was two days longer and the time in transit was two days shorter.