I quickly realized that only one of the Seagate Firecuda 530 SSDs was detected. A metal G clamp and strips of a Silicon Valley Bank credit card under the SSD to support the PCB. Here’s the contraption with just the right amount of turns on the G clamp to get the SSD to work.

Source: Retrieving 1TB of data from a faulty Seagate Firecuda 530 drive with the help woodworking tools

Woah, that’s pretty smart to clamp it like that.