We have started taking in machines that are way to old for Reglue placement purposes and we've done it for a reason.
Thar's gold in them there motherboards.....
We have found a scrap yard that pays some decent money for computer scrap but he wants it all broke down by components. In between other Reglue stuff, I can tear down maybe 5-7 a day and I have a whole bunch of this stuff stacking up. I have quit taking in new (old) donations until I can get what I have tore down and out of the shop.
In a few words, I am getting over run.
So I am looking at the last weekend of July to have a "Tear 'em Up" day at the Reglue facility. We'll buy the pizza if you an bring a few of your favorite demolition tools. I don't think the meager amount we have will be enough for 5 or 6 tear-down stations. Also, if anyone has a pickup truck, we can take a bunch of it down the road about 8 miles and turn it in. I am open for either day on that weekend so I will wait until I see how much interest we can drum up and we can go from there.
Oh and Unkle Geek....I know you're busy with the move...and you live a bazillion miles away. I can live with that. ;-))
As much as I would like to put a bunch of local kids coming in to help me, our insurance company said they will not cover a minor who is there without a parent in the event they get injured. "Injured" is a broad term...I tear my hands up every day doing this so I have decided to err on the side of not getting sued.
It'll be fun...besides, you should see some of the museum pieces I've gathered.