Source for server lift/hoist?
tdk.knight at gmail.com
Tue Jul 5 08:01:38 CDT 2016
Why dont u build a rail system above using strut?
On Jul 5, 2016 2:33 AM, "Dave Wade" <dave.g4ugm at gmail.com> wrote:
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> > From: cctalk [mailto:cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of Jay
> > Sent: 05 July 2016 04:55
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> > Subject: RE: Source for server lift/hoist?
> > Jon wrote...
> > ----
> > The legs on my shop crane splay outward, so it should straddle a single
> > cabinet, and be able to approach pretty close to the rack. The boom, at
> > extension come out almost to the front wheels.
> > ----
> > The true "server lift" devices I've used... roll to the front of the
> > "sideways". You do not NEED to slide anything "under the rack". Bolted to
> > the floor racks are no problem. Also, the "table" can be cranked forward
> > (sideways, actually) into the cabinet. Very easy and as I've gotten older
> > that's important ;)
> The one we had (and I assume they still have it), where I worked was
> up sideways as well. It used a crank that drove a chain to raise and lower
> the table.
> The table didn't slide but our servers were on rails, which you fitted to
> the rack first and then you could safely slide the server into the rack.
> > http://serverlift.com/solutions/products/sl1000x-server-lift/
> > But alas... they cost a fortune.
> Too True.
> > J
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