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SMD board for prototyping & testing

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Aluminio:
Does anybody know where to buy the boards that Dave uses for testing SMD components (see Blog 134 at 6:45)?
It looks that you can mount losts of different smd footprints.
Dave, If you make them yourself, can you sell them on your store?

Regards to all,

Aluminio

lgrfbs:
Look here for some board:
http://www.electrokit.se/item_list.php?maingroup=Kretskort&secondgroup=Experimentkort

Jon Chandler:
Microchip has some really nice boards for general-purpose prototyping.  These boards allow adding pullup, pulldown or series components to each pin. 

8-Pin SOIC/MSOP/TSSOP/DIP Evaluation Board


20-Pin TSSOP and SSOP Evaluation Board


14-pin SOIC/TSSOP/DIP Evaluation Board


At first the prices don't look that good...until you realize that the price is for a 5-pack of boards.  The first 2 are $10, the 3rd is $20 for a 5-pack.

DaveW:
If you just want to attach to a chip/use it in a breadboard, these are fantastic
http://uk.farnell.com/roth-elektronik/re901/multiadaptor-epoxied-fr4-sot-23/dp/1172113
I use these all the time at work, you can get them for most chips, have used them for 144 pin flat packs.

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