[rescue] [Slightly OT]: Desk/Tables for multiple computers
Curtis H. Wilbar Jr.
rescue at hawkmountain.net
Sun Jul 10 17:20:09 CDT 2005
My little eye spots a 386i....
running 4.0, 4.01, or 4.02 ? (or 4.03 beta) ?
is it the -150 or -250
I have a few of these... I think 1 -150, 2 -250s, and a 486i
Unfortunately, none of them currently running... (no room
currently to set up most of my gear).
On Sun, 2005-07-10 at 16:26, Zach Lowry wrote:
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> I have an Aluminum Folding Table, made by a company called AluLITE.
> It's been great, supports up to 2000 lbs and only weighs about 50.
> Here's one place that sells them:
> I have a pic of the table with all my stuff on it.
> On Jul 9, 2005, at 10:20 PM, Andy Wallis wrote:
> > This is slughtly off-topic, but germane to rescued machines. Over
> > the past
> > couple of years, I've pick up a few Sun, DEC, and RS/6000
> > processors. My
> > current desk is a run-of-the-mill Sauder(wooden) from Target and
> > there seems to be signs of warping due to having 50-75 pounds on
> > it for a couple of years.
> > I'm now looking around for a heavy-duty table that I could put
> > about 200
> > pounds on without worrying if it will crash to the ground or
> > warping in a few
> > years. Most of the results from searching do not give stress
> > limits; they
> > usually only display the weight of the table. Does anyone have
> > recommended
> > products that can handle such strains and not break the bank?
> > The headless processors aren't a problem. The diskless clients with
> > BNC
> > monitors are the trouble makers. I've attempted to use one monitor
> > for a
> > Sun 3/60 and DECstation 5000/133 with not much success. Is it time to
> > bite the bullet and spend good money on a KVM and cables that can
> > handle
> > PS/2, Sun and IBM 13w3, and Sun and DEC BNC connections?
> > -Andy Wallis
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> Zach Lowry
> MTSU, Murfreesboro, TN
> zach at zachlowry.net
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