Anyone have spare DipStik sockets?
cclist at sydex.com
Sat Feb 23 13:17:54 CST 2019
On 2/23/19 10:18 AM, Carl Claunch via cctech wrote:
> 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.
I assume that you've already contacted these folks:
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