Installing or removing dual in-line memory modules (DIMMs) from their sockets is conventionally done with bare or gloved hands. People who do this regularly, e.g., workers at a factory assembly line, maintenance personnel at a data center, etc., can experience cuts or soft tissue compression on their fingers. These occur when a worker presses down repeatedly on a PCB or while they unlatch the DIMM. This disclosure presents a hand tool to safely install or unlatch DIMMs.
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n/a, "Tool for installing and removing dual in-line memory modules", Technical Disclosure Commons, (December 19, 2018)