Component Bags

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by vindicate, Dec 20, 2009.

  1. vindicate

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    Anyone know where you can find those little ziplock bags. Like the kind that places like Jameco or Goldmine Electric send components to you in. You know the kind that are a a couple inches by a couple inches.
     
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  4. vindicate

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    I'm not really worried about static, because I just want them for resistors. Any IC's or static senstive stuff I have is already came in anti-static bags.

    Thanks for those options.
     
  5. russ_hensel

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    I like paper coin envelopes ( staples or similar ) You cannot see thru them, but can easily write on them and they will stand up in a narrow drawer. Very inexpensive.
     
  6. Razor Concepts

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    Go to ebay for the cheapest plastic bags, I buy all of mine there.
     
  7. SgtWookie

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    Ditto this suggestion. I've been storing resistors in coin envelopes for years. Works great, saves lots of space.
     
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