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Erik Malund
03/30/06 13:33
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Mt Airy, Nc
USA


 
#113437 - I use a mix
Responding to: Ashish Pradhan's previous message
Nowadays, I just use the printed catalogue instead of the online one. It is a bit bulky, but it has pictures and diagrams of the parts, and also the prices etc. all on the same page and that makes it convenient.
I basically use the web for "well known" parts (e.g. the same part from Philips and TI will be far from each other in the book) but for e.g. connectors - THAT is a "book issue"

I did not mention Jamenco, get their catalog, never bought anything from them.
Then, of course, there is the hobbyist place JDR, they have some interesting things for special purposes.

Erik

Erik


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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