firstname.lastname@example.org (Arnold de Leon) writes:
>There a different Sun SIMM extraction tool. It looks like it's
>made of cast aluminum. It also appears to work well (I haven't
>used it personally) but I've seen it in action. I don't know
>if it's generally available.
>We are a Sun PEP customer. This means that we have someone
>on staff who is Sun certified technician. So we may have
>obtained it that way.
>I don't have the part number handy (I'm at home right). If there
>is interest I can check on that part number.
>Arnold de Leon email@example.com
>Network Manager Synopsys Inc.
>(415) 694-4183 700 E. Middlefield Road
> Mtn. View, CA 94043-4033
The one in my desk drawer is a 345-1184-02. It is a cast aluminum "T" shaped
tool that works very well. It is very similar to a plastic one that AMP sells.
-- Curt Freeland Manager, Systems Engineering Purdue University Engineering Computer Network (firstname.lastname@example.org) (317) 494-3715
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