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Old 10th September 2005, 09:01 PM   #11
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Mikket - really the single sided boards took me about 2 - 3 hours to etch. including drilling. It doesn't come out as well as a produced board to be fair - but it doe the job. Give it a go
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Old 11th September 2005, 01:19 AM   #12
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Tks Byrd

But NTE stuff are way tooooo expensive. They cost about 2-2.5 times more expensive which is what I am not ready to spent. If you check mouser.com, you will notice the price right away. Mouser price is OK but I don't have a big enough list to compansate for the mailing charge.
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The NTE's may be more expensive in certain areas of the world as they are manufactured by an Indian company but in HK I would imagine that availability would be less of a problem for that make.

The price in my country was switched around for those components when I was sourcing. The NTE's were about $1 and the originals were about $3. All depends on the politics, import duties and transport costs. But the real question is - is a dollar or 2 really going to make a big difference unless you are planning on starting up a production line

Give mobicon a call & see what they can do.
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