N/APosted on - 09/25/2014
What are the vitals safety precautions for an armature computer hardware engineer to take when building a computer motherboard? I am a third year student studying Compute Engineering and I would like to build a motherboard. Can I get a professional advice on what vital precautions I critically do have to take note of as I begin? Thank you.
Motherboard Building and their indispensable safety precautions to be taken
Do not smoke, eat, or drink while working on the motherboard. Avoid static by using an anti-static kit and assorted anti-static gear. Also, choose a static-free work area and static-free clothing. There is high risk of electricity-related issues, so ensure that all possible power sources are disconnected. All devices should be disconnected including seemingly harmless peripherals. Use the appropriate tools for the task and maintain situational awareness as it pertains to how you handle the components.