Aurora, CO, June 10, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Third largest North American printed circuit board manufacturer Advanced Circuits announces its PCB discounts for engineering students. The PCB company is dedicated to encouraging young engineers to pursue their innovative projects. Not only does Advanced Circuits offer students discounts on printed circuit boards, it also sponsors student projects for robotics and science competitions. These projects can often be the springboard for students who go on to science and technology careers, and Advanced Circuits stands behind these students every step of the way to help them succeed.
Along with the aforementioned benefits, Advanced Circuits offers two more incentives for students. Students can access Advanced Circuits' free file check tool, FreeDFM, and its free PCB design and layout software,PCB Artist.
Students can also check with Advanced Circuits if they need multi-layer PCB discounts. These discounts include a 50% discount up to a maximum of $500.00. Students can claim this discount if their projects are not funded by research grants, institutional funds, or other sources.
With all of the discounts and sponsorships that it offers, Advanced Circuits hopes that it can help students learn and achieve their goals. Advanced Circuits believes students are the future of engineering advances, and they are encouraged to call Advanced Circuits to find out more about the discounts and sponsorship details.
About Advanced Circuits
Since 1989, Advanced Circuits has been a leading printed circuit board manufacturer specializing in both quick turn, small quantity and production PCB boards with the industry's best on-time shipping record; now with quick turn, small quantity assembly services. Unlike other printed circuit board companies, Advanced Circuits combines real-time online service with personalized customer care. Customers can talk to a "live" representative or go online to get quotes, place orders and check status 24 hours a day. Expedited turn times are a specialty with Same Day and even Weekend turns available.
For more information about Advanced Circuits' engineering student programs, please contact:
21101 E. 32nd Parkway
Aurora, CO 80011