Photocircuits Corporation, founded in 1951, was reported to be the the first independent printed circuit board fabricator in the world. Photocircuits had premises in Glen Cove in New York, Anaheim in California and Atlanta in Georgia. Photocircuits Atlanta were responsible for some of the PCBs in Apple IIc keyboards.
Photocircuits Corporation closed in 2007. This was the result of severe competition from China, including the inability of Photocircuits to offer rapid turnaround on smaller and cheaper orders.