[sdiy] Digikey bags
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Fri May 28 06:48:43 CEST 2021
Depends a bit on what you're trying to find. There are a few smaller
shops around like segor elektronik in Berlin, where you actually can
walk in and have a chat with the guys, and that's actually a good thing
to do if you're not yet fully settled on something as those guys are not
sales clerks but really electronics geeks which happen to make a living
out of it. Then there's also a big Competitor to digikey and mouser on a
national scale, Conrad electronics. They have a few big stores, but
nowadays do most of their business online. What aspired to be in the
same league as Conrad is reichelt elektronik and Völkner, with their
difference to Conrad being a somewhat smaller scale and somewhat
different customer base. Conrad's main focus is business customers
nowadays with the shops being more of a relic from the past, reichelt
serves more the DIYer, so SMT parts are rather rare, and there is rumors
that you might actually buy bootleg parts or factory rejects. And
Völkner used to be a well-stocked small electronics shop like segor or
Bürklin, which I find hard to categorize now, more like a dollar shop
Then there's of course the other big guys like farnell and RS
components, but they don't seem to cater to end users.
The other Florian
On 28.05.21 00:37, cheater cheater via Synth-diy wrote:
> Where do you buy small to medium amounts of parts from in Germany
> other than Buerklin? Do you just go to Mouser?
> On Thu, May 27, 2021 at 9:56 PM Florian Anwander
> <fanwander at mnet-online.de> wrote:
>> Here in Germany is a Mouser-like shop called Buerklin. Since the mid eighties they store everything in wooden shelves in cardbox boxes. They ship everything in paperbags (with the exception of electrostatic sensitive parts).
>> This was my first business contact to someone who showed something like ecologic responsibility.
>>> Am 27.05.2021 um 09:01 schrieb David G Dixon via Synth-diy <synth-diy at synth-diy.org>:
>>> Hey SDIY Team,
>>> Sorry to interrupt all the Monty Python riffing, but I've got a fairly unconventional question, which I would guess many of you have also pondered:
>>> What do you do with all of your Digikey bags?
>>> I just ordered 100 each of about 54 different values of 1% resistors for my two Dome filter designs, and I transferred the resistors from the bags they came in to the bags I already had brightly labelled in red Sharpie ink. Somehow, I seem to be left with what looks like about 2000 empty bags. Some of the resistors were packed in 10 bags of 10 inside a bigger bag. Some were in 4 bags of 25 in a bigger bag. Quite a few were in a small bag of 100 placed inside a bigger bag with an identical label.
>>> I can imagine blue Digikey bags flowing out of my doors and windows like so much flood water if I make too many more Digikey orders. I've already got shoeboxes of the damn things stored all over my garage. I hate just dumping them in the recycling bin, or (heaven forfend) the trash.
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