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July 7, 2010 AT 1:09 pm

Pomona Test Lead Holders

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Pt 10208

We needed a wire hanger. This design hasn’t changed in 30 or 40 years and its STILL awesome.


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8 Comments

  1. But… You’ve got a lazzzzor cutter! Why aren’t you whipping up your own design and slice’n’logo-ing it out of acrylic?

  2. One of the best investments I made in my lab. No more cables on the floor.

  3. @Andrew P – the laser does not cut metal

  4. They’re just test leads; no ESD issues (that I’m aware of). Any reason why it needs to be metal vs a thicker acrylic for some mechanical strength?

  5. acrylic is very brittle, for long tines like these, theyd snap off if you bumped into them. pomona makes good stuff, and we like to support them! 🙂

  6. Make sense. After all, you guys are the ones (ab)using the lazzzor daily! 🙂

  7. I used to have one of those. I had to switch to putting them all in a drawer because the cats thought my expensive probes were the funnest toys in the house.

  8. Right on, those do rock! No need to reinvent the wheel or remachine one if not necessary!

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