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#1 posted 08-01-2016 05:02 PM

I would suggest that you track your time and materials to determine your true costs.
There is a blog post here by Huff that discusses really well how to price your work.
(Search for Huff and go to his blog)

Now if the market will bear more than what you determine to be your minimum price, by all means sell at the higher price. As you make more complex boards, you need to take into account the extra time and tools to make them.

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