Rapid Prototyping, PCB Design and Assembly Services for Small Business

Event PCB Badge Special!

Are you looking for a unique and engaging way to showcase your brand or event to attendees? Look no further than custom PCB Event Badges! With the help of Cyber City Circuits, you can have a custom PCB Event Badge that reflects the theme and branding of your event and will be manufactured by our expert team in Augusta, Ga.

Placing an Assembly Order with Cyber City Circuits

We offer an assortment of assembly services for your company’s needs. Click here to learn how to place an assembly order.

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Product Innovation Simplified: Tackling Development Challenges for Small Businesses

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Five Phases to Turn Your Idea into a Successful Product – The Five Principles of Project Management

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5 Tips for Designing a Successful Electronic Product

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Hardware vs Software Development: Understanding the Key Differences

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Flexible and Low-Power: The ATtiny1614 Microcontroller

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83Redux: Part One – A Journey into the TI83 Plus Graphing Calculator

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Elegoo Saturn 2: An ASMR Unboxing

By David Ray | February 15, 2023

DuMont: Part Two – An Allen B Du Mont 224-A Restoration

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DuMont: Part One – An Allen B Du Mont 224-A Restoration

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Top Tips and Tricks for Maximizing the Use of Decoupling Capacitors in PCB Design

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Electricity 101: Understanding Voltage, Current, and Resistance

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The Key to a Successful MVP: Choosing the Right Features

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Event PCB Badge Special!

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2 Become 1: Splicing Cut Tape Together

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Top 5 Pluggable Screw Terminal Plug Connectors

By David Ray | January 14, 2023

Placing an Assembly Order with Cyber City Circuits

By David Ray | January 12, 2023

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KiCAD Tip: Quick Pins in New Symbols

By David Ray | January 10, 2023

Electricity 101: What is Ohm’s Law?

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Capacitors: Three Things that Affect Capacitance

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Soldering: Basic Soldering Safety

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The Numbers Game: The Process of a Great Idea

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KICAD Tip: Generate a Position File

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KICAD Tip: Using Renumber Pads

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Much Ado About Panelization and Mounting Holes

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Rapid Prototyping

At our company, we are dedicated to helping small businesses turn their innovative ideas into tangible, market-ready products.  Beginning with the preparation of a requirement specification documents, we give experienced direction and assistance from the very beginning. Then, we bring your concept to life via prototyping and assure a smooth production process with low- to medium-volume manufacturing services. You may expand your company as we bring your ideas to reality with us at your side.


Reverse Engineering

Benefit from Cyber City Circuits' extensive knowledge to help expand your company. We offer analysis of a device's structure and functionality to help you improve the design of your current offerings. Our mission is to assist companies in introducing new and improved products to the market in a manner consistent with ethical principles and established norms. Let us put our years of experience to work for you so that your product ideas become reality and you achieve your objectives. To help you succeed, we'll be here to offer our assistance.


Unsupported Hardware Recreation

Cyber City Circuits is here to help with your unsupported hardware needs! Our team uses advanced technology and thorough examination to create a PCB that fits exactly to the same form, fit, and function of your obsolete design. No need to worry about finding a replacement, let us provide you with a top-quality solution. Trust our expertise and experience to bring your equipment and machines back to life!

Not used. Not refurbished. New.


PCB Assembly

At Cyber City Circuits, we offer top-notch PCB Assembly services for your business. From prototyping to full-scale production, our team of experts will handle the assembly process, ensuring an efficient experience for you. Whether you need a three boards or a thousand boards, we are here to help you bring your electronic vision to life. Trust us to provide you with exceptional PCB Assembly services that meet your unique requirements and exceed your expectations.

The Cyber City Center for Applied Innovation - Georgia Headquarters

The Cyber City Center for Applied Innovation - Augusta, Georgia Headquarters

Google Reviews

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Adams MitchellAdams Mitchell
19:30 16 Aug 22
Recently signed up for a soldering class offered here and had a great time here. It's an incredible place that is capable of so much in the tech field here in Augusta. Myself and my wife had a fun time putting one of their voice recorder kits together. Great for all ages.
Russell SebastianRussell Sebastian
00:09 25 Mar 22
Cyber City Circuits has been an AMAZING partner for my escape room business in Texas! I had a project to create a technically challenging, 3-minute "festival" escape room. I had an idea, but I needed the expertise. Chris and I met over the phone and we designed a solution together. He really listened to my ideas and incorporated them into the solution. The entire process was discussed and documented to great detail. Cyber City Circuits engineered the entire complex solution and had it shipped out to me sooner than expected! The post-delivery calls and follow up were absolutely fantastic. I knew I had made the right choice, and that these folks had my back should I have any questions about the project. The Agency Phone Escape Room is AWESOME, has seen many festivals, and I am so happy with my engineers at Cyber City Circuits! I will be using them again on upcoming projects, no question in my mind.
Great experience,Cyber City Circuits has had amazing quality since day one. They have gone through an amazing transformation in their capabilities. They've been able to maintain a high quality of customer service the entire time. I got 2 Dreamweaver 4Ns and love them. They took the through hole design from the first generation and really improved it and built a great second generation surface mounted one with a number of great new features. Really happy to see Cyber City Circuits doing well.
Dan D'AndreaDan D'Andrea
02:55 18 Mar 22
Excellent PCB assembly and Quality Assurance work by an American company. Major bonus points for it being a Service Connected Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. One of my favorite things about working with Cyber City Circuits is the amount of flexibility that they allow for small-time operators just getting started with a new PCB design. It was very easy to work with Cyber City Circuits to improve our process, improve our PCB design, and work around any issues that we had in our design. I also think that their prices are very competitive. I plan to bring much more of my future PCB assembly needs to Cyber City Circuits.
Evil Genius LabsEvil Genius Labs
15:55 16 Mar 22
Cyber City Circuits has assembled hundreds of my Fibonacci LED printed circuit boards ranging in size from 33mm (1.3") to 166mm (6.5"). They've placed thousands of tiny components for me. They tested every single assembled board, placed each in a labeled antistatic bag, packed them up and shipped them to me, with zero failures or problems on my end.The entire process was easy and painless. After providing the design files to them, they provided an estimate, ordered the PCBs and parts, handled all of the assembly and testing, and sent an invoice that was payable online.They're based in the US, and it's very quick and easy to work with them.I highly recommend Cyber City Circuits electronics manufacturing, design, etc.Thank you David and the rest of the team!
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Placing an Assembly Order with Cyber City Circuits

We offer an assortment of assembly services for your company’s needs. Click here to learn how to place an assembly order.

Datasheet Digest Podcast

Datasheet Digest is the podcast that goes over the good, the bad, and the ugly of electronic component datasheets. Available on Spotify, Amazon, Audible, Apple Podcasts and however you listen to podcasts.

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