Anyone have spare DipStik sockets?
carlclaunch51 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 12:18:02 CST 2019
In the early 1970s a socket to hold multiple DIP chips was being sold under
the brand name DipStik. Up to six chips were inserted in a trough in the
socket, a top screwed on with thumbscrews on the ends. It had solder lugs
on the top and bottom for each of the chip pins.
We are restoring an old electronic device that was built in part with
these, but due to some corrosion we could use replacement DipStik units if
anyone has them.
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