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Engineering Startup Launches to Make Printed Circuit Boards Accessible for Next Generation Electrical Engineers.

Tustin, CA – Gerber Labs, an Orange County based engineering startup, is rolling out a platform that makes custom printed circuit boards (PCB’s) accessible to electrical engineering students, hobbyists and small businesses.

PCB’s traditionally have only been accessible for large businesses and manufacturers. To order PCB’s you had to order in large quantities and deal with old school salesmen and overseas representatives. Gerber Labs is changing this by opening up PCB’s to the consumer and small business market.

So instead of calling sales representatives or ordering on questionable websites, Gerber Labs is simplifying the process by allowing anyone to upload, order and ship a PCB with a couple clicks. No need to jump on the phone, no need to worry about time zones.

“Our goal is to alleviate one headache and that’s getting the PCB you need. If we’ve done that then we’ve done our job” Kyle Sheng, Project Manager at Gerber Labs.

As part of the launch Gerber Labs is already working with universities across the country and their engineering student body to help create Printed Circuit Boards for different competitions and project needs.

Gerber Labs officially launches to the public on October 23, 2020. Check out the website for more information at www.gerberlabs.com

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