PCB: Designer, Layout, and Prototype

The Printed Circuit Board

Your computer, TV, smart phone; they all need a PCB.

The highly detailed modules that mechanically support and connect electronic units using conductive tracks, pads and other features – imprinted from copper sheets and coated onto non-conductive substrates.

Here is some basic information on our expertise with them.

Designer and Layout

A PCB designer takes the schematic that an engineer has designed for a circuit and manufactures a physical representation of it – the layout.


Most layouts are integral for the development of various electrical prototypes. Primarily, it details the limitations of a given PCB layout in regards to the product it serves. Also, it shows how the board fits physically into the product design; its functionality and performance.

PCB is still, very important. We, at RJS Electronics, are professional electronic engineers and can help develop your product or prototype with its PCB development and design.

Visit our website or call (614)-451-5646 for more information!

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3 Ways to Work Well With Your Electronic Engineer


  1. Talk it out – Talk through the project with your team so everyone know what’s needed. This keep everyone on the same page and make sure everyone is on the same page before the electronic engineering takes place.
  2. Plan realistically – Figure out how long it will take to build each part and plan realistically. It’s better to delay a project than rush it. If you rush a project you risk creating a malfunctioning product.
  3. Avoid static – When touching or working with circuits avoid static, you don’t want to burn out your circuits and ruin your engineer’s hard work.

http://www.rjs-electronics.com/ has made all of their past clients happy. Let them make you happy, too!

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3 Reasons Why Prototypes Attract Investors


  1. Tangibility: Investors generally struggle to understand intangible ideas. They want to invest money into something they can see. Thus, building a prototype of your idea gives investors a physical framework dictating what venture their money will build specifically.
  2. Validate Consumer Need: Creating a prototype is a great way to show your product’s capabilities, further revealing to investors why consumers need it.
  3. Cost Basis: Once you make a prototype of your idea, you get a sense of how expensive each unit will be to create, giving your investors a better idea of how expensive your whole endeavor stands to be.


Do you need to build a prototype? RJS Electronics offers quality electrical engineering services to effectively bring your prototype to life.

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3 Tips for Developing a Prototype


  1. Focus on Originality: Building a prototype is a great opportunity to further develop your project’s purpose. In this development stage, focus on finding what makes your product original, so that it will stand out in future investors’ eyes.
  2. Cut Costs with Royalties: Product development’s prototyping phase can quickly become very expensive. A great way to cut costs is by offering workers smaller salaries compensated with future royalties. This helps you keep initial costs down, and gives workers added incentive to make your project a success.
  3. Work with a Designer: While you may have a brilliant idea, building that idea into a tangible entity can pose unanticipated challenges. Working with a skilled product designer offers great aid in this new endeavor.

Do you need to build a prototype? RJS Electronics offers quality prototype electronic engineering services to help you get your idea off the ground.

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3 Reasons to Invest in a Prototype


  1. Help Investors Visualize: While investors may be skilled in hypothesizing the future of their investments, they can have trouble visualizing the physicality of new ideas into future products. Creating a prototype helps potential investors understand what exactly their money will help fund.
  2. Implementable: The simple action of making a prototype validates the fact that your team can convert its intangible idea into a marketable, tangible product.
  3. Early Testing: A working prototype makes demonstrations more feasible, enabling you to tangibly test your product on consumers and further develop its usefulness based on gathered feedback.


Are you looking to make a prototype for your business? RJS Electronics offers quality prototype engineering services to help your new idea take shape.

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