DIY ELECTRONICS

Parts Sourcing

 

If you want to build some junk then you’re gonna need some parts:

Tayda Electronics

Nice and quick, pretty cheap, packed in nice labelled bags.

Nice and quick, pretty cheap, packed in nice labelled bags.

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Futurlec

Dirt cheap, and they have a ton of different components, but not very reliable and slooow shipping. Also things that are labelled «in stock» might not really be in stock, and you might not find out until months ahave passed and you still haven’t got your components and then you email them and then they tell you that one of the parts you ordered was out of stock.

 

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Mouser

They have everything, Nnot that cheap though, and shipping to norway costs a bit

http://www.mouser.com

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Rapid electronics

They have a lot of stuff, nice prices

http://www.rapidonline.com/

Bits Box

This also exists

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