Re: [midatlanticretro] card separators/risers: still looking...
I checked my parts stock. I can easily spare
four of any of these:
1) 1/2" long hexagonal threaded alum standoff/spacer 4-40 threads
2) 1/2" long hexagonal threaded alum standoff/spacer 6-32 threads
3) 1/2' long hexagonal threaded nylon standoff/spacer 6-32 threads
If any of these works for you, just let me know and I will
be happy to send you 4 in an envelope.
--- "B. Degnan" <billdeg@...> wrote:
> Hi -__________________________________________________
> I searched for card separators on Digikey, Code Micro, or Jameco
> people call them "risers.") - no specific luck. I have emailed them
> assistance. In the mean time...
> As I wrote before I am trying to install a small computer board on
> top of a
> computer motherboard, so that the smaller board is about 9/16"
> from the motherboard. There is not much clearance and I want to just
> it a few hairs above the IC's on the motherboard or I can't close the
> of the computer. (It's a Commodore B 700 hi-profile) There are
> holes in
> both boards that line up for the risers (the small board is made to
> attached to the motherboard with risers). Radio Shack's card
> separators/risers are either too short or too tall. The card
> separators/risers have screw holes on either end so that you can
> them to the boards.
> I don't recall who it was who used to work at Radio Shack in this
> group and
> who said that this part does indeed exist in the Radio Shack catalog
> - can
> you help me? Their site did not return any results.
> Does anyone in this group have four 9/16" risers that they'd like to
> or trade me? I actually found two in my stuff, but I need four of
> the same
> height. If anyone would like a picture to get a better idea of what
> need, let me know.
> I am going to post this on classiccmp and vintage-computer.com/
> Bill Degnan
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