Some time ago, I had a small problem with my mainboard where I was able to come up with a very "special" adapter solution involving like 4 adapters to get everything working.
It looks ugly, takes up a lot of space in my computer, and recently I noticed that somewhere there seems to be a loose connection somewhere in this wiring. In theory I could buy some electronic parts, some wires and solder everything up on my own, but in practice I don't trust my soldering skills and don't really have good soldering equipment.
So my idea was to design a PCB as a side-project and get it manufactured somewhere to fix my problem. However being new to all of this (coming from software engineering) I don't know how to get all of the required parts for this project. I can find them in several online shops for DIY projects, but not on the websites that are used by the first PCB designer tools you can find on Google.
Basically I need two connectors on this PCB:
I was able to find the "IDC 19 Pin Male connector" (what it seems to be called) on the LCSC site, but was unable to find the corresponding female connector. Is there any crucial information I'm missing? All I want to do is to order a custom PCB using those two connectors, without any soldering on my own. How would I achieve that?
Thanks in advance for any pointers in the right direction. Have a great day.