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Sam Freeman8 years ago
Hi, fantastic work you've got. I'm putting together some parts for my own little holoclock project, and I've got to ask you: where did you find those high efficiency LEDs?
rgbphil (author)  Sam Freeman8 years ago
I got them off E-Bay.....sorry I don't know the brand etc.
No problem, I'm sure I can hunt some down somewhere. On another note, if you have any Microdot pcbs, I'd love to take one of your hands (for whatever price is fair.)
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nqn9 years ago
I haven't used their board service, but futurlec.com.au is a Thai company with offices in Australia that I've bought components from in the past. I've not had to pay import duties, even with large orders. They have a reasonably priced board service. Sparkfun also has a board service, but they ship global priority mail, for which you won't get socked with import duties if the total's less than $500 or $1000 AUD - at least that's the case in my experience having stuff shipped from the US. The GPM envelopes are also a pretty cheap way to ship boards if you're only getting a handful. How much does it cost you to get stuff sent by Mouser from overseas? I've always gotten a friend to onship using the cheapest USPS rate (when I've ordered from digikey - never dealt with Mouser) but I don't want to inconvenience them too much.
lebowski10 years ago
Nice work on the wrist watch.