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[Image: Diy_Tesla_Powerwall_ep47_Got_Volts.gif]

From AverRage Joe's latest video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dr5tI7hLRa0
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Well Joe did you roll the packs over yet ?
And that is a sweet server rack. What types have the pullout trays ?
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(08-15-2017, 05:27 AM)PaulKennett Wrote: [Image: Diy_Tesla_Powerwall_ep47_Got_Volts.gif]

From AverRage Joe's latest video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dr5tI7hLRa0

HAAAA!!!!  Thanks Man!!! I like this lil vid! Nice lil cut you did.  I didnt realize you could just make a gif that easy. Thats locked away in the ol memory bank lol. Nope havent rolled any packs! Cabinet hasnt tried to tip.  Its even on wheels so I can push it around the basement.  They are pretty stationary, I have some of that black holey mat stuff down.  Im not sure where the actual shelves came from.  I think there was a name on them somewhere.  Once I find the name I can post.
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You can probably just take a server case, like a 4U maybe, and use it with the rails with no lid? I'm not sure I'd want that much steel around my batteries though.
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#5
Take the case and line it with that rubber draw mat. It's like 1/8" thick and comes in various different styles (holes, flat, matt, smooth, colored). Just use some 3M spray adhesive to make it permanent in place (or dbl side stick tape).

That should protect the batteries from any metal
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rubber mat is the cheapest at Wal-Mart, used for sitting dishes on inside the cupboard.
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I have a brilliant idea once a month. Too bad it was spent on this and not the invention of an auto laptop battery pack desheller Tongue
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