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Level Up Your Career at Aurora Circuits

You: Looking for a place to work that will keep your brain stimulated and has a great mission you can get behind.

Us:  Always on the hunt for the right talent to tell our customers’ circuit board stories.

If you’re wondering, how do printed circuit boards and stories go together?  We believe that every circuit board has a story.  Read about our work.  If you’re inspired and intrigued, we want to talk to you.

Open Positions

Computer Aided Design (CAM) Operator

Valor/Genesis (GenFlex) CAD/CAM 

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Printed Circuit Board Engineer

4+ Years Experience

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Printed Circuit Board Sales Representative

1+ Years Experience

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Are you interested in joining Aurora Circuits, but don’t see an opening the right opening? Send us your resume and a letter of introduction to [email protected]

Aurora Proud

Aurora is our home, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.  From the glorious Paramount Theatre  to Blackberry Farm, Aurora keeps us busy in our off-hours.

This town is so much more than the backdrop of Wayne and Garth.  We have museums, wildlife, action, and urbane cuisine in a multicultural blend that sparks creativity.

According to SmartAsset, Aurora is the #1 city in the United States to live the American dream.  We wholeheartedly agree.

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FEATURED STORY

US Car Manufacturer Sitting Pretty With 67% Cost Savings

By reengineering this auto manufacturer’s PCB, the cost dropped to 33% of the original amount, saving over $375,000.

In late 2015, Aurora received an opportunity to quote a LED vanity mirror for a major, fully electric car manufacturer.  The initial design was a plated-through-hole version that was fairly sophisticated for the application. The Manufacturer also required a production commencement in 60 days to prevent a shutdown of the production line. 

The engineering team at Aurora Circuits suggested, after reviewing the manufacturer’s original design, that a redesign to a single-sided board would drastically save turnaround time and expense when starting production. The original design would sell for $2.25 each and require two separate printed circuit boards per vehicle. This particular part was reengineered into a single-sided, common version for less than $0.90 each, thus saving $2.70 per vehicle. When applying this to the production volume, Aurora Circuits is saving the manufacturer over $375,000 on a model year basis.

Also, to prevent any production line start up issues, Aurora Circuits built a small quantity of the plated through hole version until the single-sided version was fully tested and in full production.

Could your costs use a makeover? Let's talk.