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June 08, 2012, 03:14:26 AM
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I'll just maintain a list here of things I should get eventually... everything needs to be through-hole. (and cheap Wink)

Assorted 1W resistors - min. 100 - 1 to 2k ohm
LEDs - min 100.
PCB - min 2"^2 - max 12"^2

If you have any odd stuff that I might be interested in, make an offer!

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June 08, 2012, 03:19:24 AM
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I'll just maintain a list here of things I should get eventually... everything needs to be through-hole. (and cheap Wink)

Assorted 1W resistors - min. 100
LEDs - min 100.
PCB - min 2"^2 - max 12"^2

If you have any odd stuff that I might be interested in, make an offer!

Cheers,
Garrett

What do you want to make that you want 1W resistors? I have a crapload of electronics components, but too wide a list without some refinement.
I do have a doublesided MG Chem presensitized PCB that I haven't used in a decade, if you want that.
Edit: Specifically, I have this PCB and this tinning compound, along with the UV lamp for exposing the PCB. The lamp probably isn't worth shipping though, it's pretty bulky.
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