Ian has an interesting on what *not* to do for PCB sales “How (not) to sell PCBs: PCB drawer first year sales breakdown” @ Dangerous Prototypes.
With $66.40 of profit we can’t cover our existing costs like the remaining PCBs ($75), envelopes ($12.60), and warehousing costs ($15). In the end we’re $36 bucks in the hole in this experiment.
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