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Storing unused motherboards


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toby_yallup

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Hi,

I'm a technician in a college for the computing department.
We have loads of unused motherboards which are just in cardboard boxes in my office.
They are used by the students and lectures to do builds, lectures and such like.

I was wondering weather there is such a thing available, that would store the motherboards in and it would keep them safe and they wouldn't damaged in storage. I've looked all over the internet and high street shops but can't seem to find anything that would be suitable.
Any idea or products to solve this will be welcomed.

Regards,
Toby
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I used to work for a company that manufactured PCB's for car dashboards. They used specialist racks to both store an transport them.

I just did a quick google search for PCB storage racks and some of these may be suitable for you...

http://www.vermason....torageProducts/
http://www.linkhamso...ace/storage/pcb
http://www.mossmantebbs.co.uk/
http://www.pmtech.co...ck-pcb-s-1.html
http://www.globalind...cks-pcb-storage

Hope this helps.
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Thanks for the reply, It was really helpful and I have choose one of the PCB storage ranks that you mentioned.
Hopefully this should keep the motherboards safer, :)

Thanks for the help. Very helpful.

Thank you.
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Great stuff, glad it was of some use. :thumbsup:
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