lockable equipment racks?
davidg.nospam.news at verizon.net
Tue May 13 13:50:37 EDT 2008
grady at ibiblio.org (grady) put forth the notion in...news:4829CC1B.4020709
> I need a name for a widget. I can see this clearly in my head & thus
> being a naive American, I assume someone has already manufactured
> something similar that I can buy. My googling has failed due to word
> problems (i.e. I'm using the wrong word, presumably), so maybe someone
> here has a better word.
> I have some gear, in standard 19" racks. The gear needs to be
> 24/7, so I can't put it into locking road cases. However, I would still
> like for it to not be stolen.
> I have in my mind's eye an arrangement involving a piece of angle-iron
> (i.e. a long skinny piece of metal bent at a 90-degree angle along its
> longitudinal axis) that's affixed via piano hinge to the side of the
> rack, such that it can be swung into place to cover the outer 3/4" or
> of the rack ears, including the bolt heads, or swung away to allow gear
> to be moved/removed. It can be locked in place via any normal locking
> arrangement, such as a hasp & padlock.
> If you've seen such a thing (and know where I can procure it), or have
> better Google Brain than I do for this, please let me know.
> -- ch-scene: the list that mirrors alt.music.chapel-hill --
I don't know if this would work for you in a simple form, but Markertek
has lots of great stuff - some solutions aren't as 'cheap' as others.
(sorry about the wrap, guess you'll have to copy/paste)-
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