[EMS Discuss] Where to get wire?

Bob Miller EMAIL HIDDEN
Tue Oct 23 14:07:07 PDT 2012


Thanks.  I went to Oregon Electronics today at lunchtime.  They have
lots of good stuff.  I got some wire for the laser cutter and a robot kit
for fun.

On Sun, Oct 21, 2012 at 2:26 PM, Tom Conlin <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:
>
> Norvac went out of business in the last year but a couple of the employees
> opened up a smaller shop directly across (East) of the
> old Norvac store and have a lot of stock and are trying to evolve
> in ways Norvac lagged i.e carry Arduinos
>
> I am not recalling the name   Eugene electronics or something  and it would
> need to be at a odd numbered address likely in the 900s on Conger.
>
> there it is.  975 Conger St.
> I do not know that they have what you need specificity but I would give them
> first crack at it to try and support the local geek ecosystem.
>
>
>
> On 10/21/2012 01:02 PM, Bob Miller wrote:
>>
>> Does anyone know of a good local source for specialty wire?
>> Or even a good Internet source?  The wires I want today are
>> available at Digi-Key, but at over $100/spool.  I will be checking
>> Radio Shack and Home Depot this afternoon, but I don't have
>> high expectations.
>>
>> Looking for 4 conductor stranded 20AWG, preferably flat.
>> Looking for 2 conductor stranded 24-26AWG.
>> I don't think those are exotic.
>>
>
> --
>   ... nice weather eh?



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