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This is a small and simple PCB that will make your life so much easier when designing your own PCBs. How often haven't you wondered if that particular component will fit in a 0.8mm hole or if you ...Read More…
This is a small and simple PCB that will make your life so much easier when designing your own PCBs.
How often haven't you wondered if that particular component will fit in a 0.8mm hole or if you need a 0.9 or even a 1.0 mm hole? Sure - you can use calipers to measure, but it's kinda tricky and hard to read the correct size especially when measuring square pins.
With the PinSizer you can just put the pin into the holes and actually get an immediate confirmation of the correct size you need for your hole/via in your PCB.
The PinSizer have holes ranging from 0.4mm (~16 mil) up to 2.3mm (~90 mil) in increments of 0.1mm. There are also a 3.0mm and 6.35mm hole. All holes are plated for ultimate accuracy.
I don't inflate the shipping costs since I really dislike when a seller charges $6 or more for a small lightweight letter. Postage is cheap from Malaysia so I'll pass that savings back to you. How does less that a dollar in shipping costs to US/Europe sound to you?
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Pos Malaysia: Airmail
Kean | June 1, 2013
Jason | May 14, 2013
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