[Dshield] Dead hard drive disposal
sforslev at gmail.com
Sat May 26 15:15:21 GMT 2007
Hmmm, I think I'm zoned for that and I've actually used an oxy acetylene
torch before. Film at 11 . I have about 30 really old hot plug scsi drives
in a pile waiting for disposal. It would really stink though.
On 5/25/07, Jim McCullough <jim.mccullough at gmail.com> wrote:
> Fortunately we have one on site in the graphics lab.
> On 5/25/07, Jeff Lake <jlake at kcso.org> wrote:
> > Jim McCullough wrote:
> > >
> > > Most soda/beer cans use an aluminum/magnesium alloy top. As far as
> > > the acetylene torch, most should avoid those without the proper
> > > equipment. If you dont have the cash for an arc welder,
> > > http://del.icio.us/popular/welding might be a good place to start. I
> > > would recommend some training beforehand tho. Backyard art of hard
> > > drives and computer cases is looking to become an option lately. Esp
> > > with the growing pile of hardware I keep killing.
> > There's never a good blacksmith around these days....
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> Jim McCullough
> "Just because the standard provides a cliff in front of you, you are
> not necessarily required to jump off it."
> Norman Diamond
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