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From: "Ken Taylor"
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Subject: Re: Good supplier in oz
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Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2003 21:33:44 +1300
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"andy" wrote in message
> "Michael Culley" wrote in message
> > Can anyone recommend a good parts supplier in australia. I've been using
> > farnell but I've found that they are horendously expensive. Digikey
> > good but they are in the US and it will take a while to get the parts.
> > looking for small quantities of ICs.
> > Thanks!
> Depends what you are looking for. You could try WES or Prime. If you
> are looking for the more obscure stuff, Soanar have an outlet aimed at
> the hobby, amatuer type markets. I think the company is polykom, but
> i'll check up on it. If you are after some small quantities of common
> parts, i may be able to help. Let me know what you are after here or
> email me direct at the a.pearson at optusnet dot com dot au.
If in Melbourne you could try Speedy Spares or GB Telespares (mainly for
consumer product spares), or TECS if you're after general stuff. They all
will send mail order, if you're interstate.
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