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Offline ShockTopic starter

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Which 3M static shielded bag
« on: April 23, 2024, 10:54:11 am »
Looking for static shielded bags for 3.5" HDDs. I'd prefer 3M and resealable, has anyone got a part number that fits well? Experiences?
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Re: Which 3M static shielded bag
« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2024, 03:03:09 pm »
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Soldering/Rework: Pace ADS200, Pace MBT350
Multimeters: Fluke 189, 87V, 117, 112   >>> WANTED STUFF <<<
Oszilloskopen: Lecroy 9314, Phillips PM3065, Tektronix 2215a, 314
 

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Re: Which 3M static shielded bag
« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2024, 11:28:12 pm »
If you want responses, provide some “meaty” question to respond to. The only thing you mention is “for 3.5” HDD, resealable, ideally 3M”. You don’t mention any other requirements, nor the reason you’re unable to select one yourself. What’s holding you up?
 

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Re: Which 3M static shielded bag
« Reply #3 on: May 01, 2024, 03:54:32 am »
It doesn't need to exceed the specifications of the original disposable type bags, just something that will last well and not made of chinesium. 3M seems to make good products, the resealable looks a good idea but I'm unsure which one is a good fit. I don't want a lot of excess bag.

I have no idea if there are purpose form bags or not. I'm looking for experiences.
Soldering/Rework: Pace ADS200, Pace MBT350
Multimeters: Fluke 189, 87V, 117, 112   >>> WANTED STUFF <<<
Oszilloskopen: Lecroy 9314, Phillips PM3065, Tektronix 2215a, 314
 

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Re: Which 3M static shielded bag
« Reply #4 on: May 01, 2024, 05:46:03 am »
in my experience a 5"x10" bag can hold a 3.5" HDD just fine
 

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Re: Which 3M static shielded bag
« Reply #5 on: May 01, 2024, 12:08:20 pm »
How tight is the fit? I'm torn over 5 x 8" (#30058) vs 6 x 10" (300610). If the drives are about 6" long and 1" deep that would leave about 1" for the ziplock space. So as long as they aren't super tight 5" wide, sounds ok. Are your bags 5" or 5.9" aka 6"?
Soldering/Rework: Pace ADS200, Pace MBT350
Multimeters: Fluke 189, 87V, 117, 112   >>> WANTED STUFF <<<
Oszilloskopen: Lecroy 9314, Phillips PM3065, Tektronix 2215a, 314
 

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Re: Which 3M static shielded bag
« Reply #6 on: May 02, 2024, 12:43:19 am »
I don't remember. Just cut out some paper and tape it together to check yourself.
 
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Re: Which 3M static shielded bag
« Reply #7 on: May 02, 2024, 09:40:26 am »
While there are "fitting" ESD bags, I had plenty of bags that were physically "too large" and have been bent over and taped to fit. So that really is no issue. If billion-Dollar-companies can do it, so can you.
However "3M and sealable" will cost a quite a bit. I'd rather use plain bags and an impulse sealer - if you are going for larger quantities. If only running for low numbers, maybe ask around at your local computer stores - at least we almost always throw them away (and that was likely a good 5-digit number of them).
Btw, by far the nicest bags came with IBM/Hitachi drives.
 

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Re: Which 3M static shielded bag
« Reply #8 on: May 02, 2024, 03:21:15 pm »
I measured a few used bags and got 5.25" and 5.5". The HDD appear to be either right on or slightly over 10" in circumference. So unless the bags are slightly oversized, I'll have to settle on the 6x10" bag (which is a shame).



Soldering/Rework: Pace ADS200, Pace MBT350
Multimeters: Fluke 189, 87V, 117, 112   >>> WANTED STUFF <<<
Oszilloskopen: Lecroy 9314, Phillips PM3065, Tektronix 2215a, 314
 


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