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crayon:
Hello,

So I just moved to Croatia from Mexico for work and could not transport my lab equipment.

As a foreigner, and subject to the whims of my employer and new life, I am reticent to start acquiring stuff that could tie me down if I have to move again. But I would like to start building a functional lab for embedded systems design. I assume getting 2nd hand and/or cheap Chinese equipment would be my best bet... but would like to hear some thoughts and opinions (difference in prices, quality, availability).

What would you suggest in this situation?

LaserSteve:
Deleted because I reversed Croatia and Mexico. PARDON.
STEVE

crayon:

--- Quote from: LaserSteve on July 24, 2021, 06:22:51 pm ---CIRCUIT SPECIALISTS in Phoenix AZ for decent but throw away soldering equipment and power supplies. They should be used to shipping South. Find a nice , educated,, senorita and learn Spanish, especially the Northern Mexican Dialect.
Learn to embrace Digikey, Mouser, and Electronic-Goldmine.
Steve


--- End quote ---
No seƱor, you got it backwards! I'm not in Mexico anymore, I'm in Croatia.

LaserSteve:
My dyslexia is acting up. SORRY!  Tap into the Croatian Ham Radio groups, they do amazing work in the digital realm.

Steve

crayon:
No worries!

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