I build the networks for Amazon, Nike, DHL & Geodis. After a few drinks last week, I was talking to randomperson01 at my hotel and was asked what I was doing in Memphis. My response: Designing, building computer networks for robots to put humans out of jobs.
Offer still stands, I can come out on a weekend and help you install the equipment and do terminations. Easy enough. Hell, your house would take me about a day to do everything by myself....if that. Get the wiring run during construction and it would be easy. Oh yea...new job!
Tool less keystones are the shit. There are now a lot of other brands than Panduit in use now.
I'd suggest a UPS for the entire rack.
Any rush on ordering now? I'd suggest waiting a month for Black Friday. A lot goes...
Rigid. Half of our field techs use Rigid. They are relatively cheap, last quite a while and have an easy warranty. Great for home use as well as light/medium use work tools.
OTOH, do not discount the 12v Milwaukee setup. Tons of M12 tools and can be found relatively cheap. This is the tool I...
Yes it can but get a drill. You don't need the hammer drill unless you are planning on drilling into concrete or tile. A normal drill would do. For home use I would suggest going with Rigid if you have a Home Depot close.
After burning out a couple of Dewalt drills at work, I gave up on Dewalt...
Where do you see that? I see this.
Ninja Edit: I found where it says 24". That's annoying.
Acer's Predator XB271HU monitor comes with built-in speakers for enhanced sound quality, an excellent screen for gamers. The 27″ widescreen monitor boasts extraordinary clarity...
Mine has survived going around the world...literrally. It's my work bag and my personal bag. I've dumped tools in it before because I didn't want to take my Milwaukee Work packpack onsite. It's still quite usable, one of the air hole metal rings fell out so it's a matter of time before that hole...
29.95 with the coupon code "SWISS" Free shipping. Tax in NY and NJ.
My last Swiss Gear backpack lasted me 3 years of daily use.