Screaming Circuits Announces Sponsorship Program

Canby, OR (PRWEB) July 20, 2006

Screaming circuits, Internet specialists in quick-turn prototype and short-run pc board assembly, today announced a new program aimed at helping universities and associations involved in communications, robotics and control related research projects.

This country is currently in the midst of a rapidly progressing cycle of technology innovation. University sponsored groups are pushing the state-of-the-art in a number of different electronic fields. There are many open source or low-cost tools usable for designing circuits with the newest microcontrollers and other components. However, many of these parts are so small or have the connections underneath or have so many ultra fine-pitch pins that they are simply not possible to assemble without professional equipment.

We want to support this type of innovation, said Duane Benson, Screaming Circuits marketing manager. By making our assembly services more accessible to these groups, they can build more advanced, more compact and more reliable designs. Under this program, Screaming Circuits will offer discounts on assembly services to selected organizations.

The program is open to University-based or non-profit teams that are dedicated to pushing the envelope and seriously advancing the state of robotics, communications, control or other similar 21st century technologies. If qualified and approved for sponsorship, we may be able to offer one or more of the following services: discounts on assembly labor, technical expertise, connections or publicity. Spots are limited. For more information, go to the website at

About Screaming Circuits

Screaming Circuits issues quotes and takes and processes online quick-turn prototype pc board assembly orders for customers nationwide at We can assemble kitted, turn-key and RoHS designs. With automated ordering, live phone support, an on-time guarantee and a 10% first-order discount, Screaming Circuits is a full-service Internet-based contract manufacturer.

Screaming Circuits was formed in 2003 as a quick-turn prototype division of MEC Northwest, a privately held ISO 9000 certified contract manufacturer, offering design and turnkey production volume assembly services to blue chip OEMs. For more information, visit Screaming Circuits on the web at

MEC Northwest and Milwaukee Electronics Companies (MEC) have been in business for more than 50 years. While Screaming Circuits specializes in quick-turn and prototype to low-volume production needs, MEC Northwest and MEC provide volume manufacturing, design and layout services. Once the prototype board is complete, MEC Northwest can build production-level quantities of a circuit board.


Screaming Circuits, and the Screaming Circuits logo are registered trademarks of Screaming Circuits, a division of Milwaukee Electronics Companies. MEC, MEC Northwest and Milwaukee Electronics Companies are trademarks of Milwaukee Electronics Companies. Eagle Layout Editor is a trademark of CadSoft Computer GmbH.


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