We are often asked where to purchase electronic and robotic components. Here’s a list of local and web-based suppliers. If you find a good one, please let us know so we can add it to the list.
|Main Electronics||Vancouver||Electronic components|
|Lee’s Electronic||Vancouver||Electronic components|
|RP Electronics||Burnaby||Electronic components|
|Motion Industries||Burnaby||Bearings, linear slides, chains, sprockets, couplings, gear reducers|
|Ringball Corporation||Burnaby||Motion components, bearings, leadscrews, etc.|
Canadian Web Sites
|Robotshop||Robots, kits, microcontrollers, sensors, electronics components|
US Web Sites
|Jameco||Electronics Components, motors, robotics|
|ServoCity||Great selection of mechanical components, motors|
|Sparkfun Electronics||Sensors, microcontrollers, etc.|
|Adafruit Industries||DIY kits – Arduino boards, shields, kits; interesting stuff|
|Parallax||Robot kits, sensors, motors|
|Stock Drive Products||Mechanical belts, gears, sprockets, pulleys, collars, etc.|
Beware: Always check on shipping charges. USPS is by far the cheapest way to ship to Canada. UPS can charge a significant amount of money ($50 or more) even for small purchases.