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Craig Steiner
03/30/06 12:16
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Denver
USA


 
#113431 - Finding parts (Denver)
Ok, so now I'm in Denver. I've traditionally bought most of my parts through Digikey, but I've found that on certain things Digikey either didn't stock the parts or charged way too much for them (or both).

Case in point: A 2-row thru-hole header, somewhere in the neighborhood of 2x34. I used to get those in Mexico for something like 50 or 75 cents. At Digikey, the closest thing I find is 2x40 and it costs something like $10.18!? And they're not in stock anyway.

Maybe I'm searching completely wrong, but does anyone know where I can find things like this at a reasonable price? In the Denver-area would be great, but mail-order would be fine as long as the price is reasonable.

Thanks,
Craig Steiner


List of 12 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Finding parts (Denver)      Craig Steiner      03/30/06 12:16      
   have you tried circuit specialist ?      Ashish Pradhan      03/30/06 12:22      
   Maybe just looking in the wrong place...      Sasha Jevtic      03/30/06 12:32      
      Re: Maybe just looking in the wrong plac      Ashish Pradhan      03/30/06 13:08      
         I use a mix      Erik Malund      03/30/06 13:33      
   My seconf source is Mouser      Erik Malund      03/30/06 12:56      
      Mouser's good, but their website ... ugh      Richard Erlacher      03/31/06 00:44      
   No ??      Neil Kurzman      03/30/06 13:13      
      another      Jon Ledbetter      03/30/06 15:29      
      Looks good      Craig Steiner      03/30/06 15:35      
         Request a catalog with you order.      Neil Kurzman      03/30/06 16:11      
   one other thing ...      Richard Erlacher      04/01/06 18:52      

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