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we have to set up a pc in a very dirty, very dusty room to run a plasma cutter. weve tried to clean the room several times but it is just in such a bad place it gets horribly dirty and hot very, very fast.

it is imperative that the machine be here, it has to run the entire cutting tool. there are no other rooms available in the entire office.

does any place make computers that are designed to handle this kind of abuse? intense levels of dust, dirt, smoke, heat, grime, etc?
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