Procuring Electronic Components

Procuring Electronic Components

lady.jpgLadyada’s site has tons of amazing projects. But perhaps the most useful section of all for the Maker set is the procurement resource page. If you’re looking for parts on the cheap, free or just a one-stop-shop, click on through.

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  1. alankilian says:

    My absolute favorite site for this kind of thing is Randy Sargent’s
    findchips.com site.
    Paste in your part number and it searches 19 different distributors and gives you links to the parts they have.
    FANTASTIC time saver.

  2. graniteic says:

    I have been trying to contact Randy Sargent. I am a woman owned Distribution Company with over 20K line items in stock. I specialize in obsolete and military devices how do I become a listed distributor on Findchips? ellen@graniteic.com

  3. distlines says:

    You can procure MMs of electronic components from distlines. visit http://www.distlines.com

  4. Adam Wong says:

    I’ve been using Bisco Industries website for electronic components. http://www.biscoind.com they’re great at finding hard to find parts and you can order online.

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