computer flooring (fwd)

From: Patrick Finnegan <>
Date: Tue Sep 21 16:19:42 2004

On Tuesday 21 September 2004 12:49, David V. Corbin wrote:
> It is located in Indiana...

Hmm. I'd be interested if I didn't already have 300 or so tiles, and
noewhere to put them. : ) When they replaced the window-wall with
offices at work, they put in new raised flooring, and sent the old
stuff out to storage, which eventually got cleaned out. The people at
Purdue's surplus place decided it was worthless (they're a slightly odd
size, like 24-3/16" square or something) so I kept them from throwing
them out. Not all the tiles are full (some have cutouts, or are
partial tiles) and they've got a wood core, so scrappers aren't really
interested in them either. I'm saving them for when I end up with a
house (or build a place) that can use them. I'll have to get floor
stands, but that should be cheaper than having to buy the whole
thing... or I probably could try to build a framework for them.

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