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Re: Microlam Vs Sawn lumber
If what you are meaning is the difference between the strength of laminated 2 x 10's as compared to regular 2 x 10 lumber, the laminated beams are stronger and will hold more per linear foot. The best way to make sure you have enough strength for what you want is to ask the lumber yard to give you the numbers. All laminated beams may not be made the same. Some are made with plywood, some with chipboard, and some made with lumber (2x and or 1x) glued together. What you want them for will determine what kind of beams are best for you. If the strength is not enough or iffy, you may want to consider steel I beams.
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Im.not sure what part you are saying has been sawn off. Reed blocks have. V shape inside them which have a set of petals on each face.the bike not run without these as it needs pre compression of the crank case to force the new fuel air mixture.up the transfer ports and push the burnt gases out.
I've found sevral peices of ARCHED lumber at my local lumber yards KULL pile or BONE pile. the trick is to find two that match in order to do anything with them. Your best bet is to cut your own out of a 2x10 or 2x8 ect l((l
Quarter-sawing is a method of milling trees into lumber. Quarter-sawn lumber is highly sought after, particularly in certain species such as oak or maple, where look of thegrainin the wood is accentuated by the method of cutting the tree. While rip-sawing is the most efficient (and common) method of milling, quarter-sawing is more difficult to cut but yields much more stable lumber. Because it is more difficult to cut and there is more waste, quarter-sawn lumber is considerably more expensive than rip-sawn material. (taken from http://woodworking.about.com)
PC (Desktop Computers) vs. Laptop Computers
>By the name itself, desktop computers are not as portable as a laptop.
>Upgrade of it's components is way easier than that of a laptop.
>Upgrading desktop computers is unlimited laptops have limitations.
>Software installation wise, both can handle almost the same load.
>Desktop occupies bigger space than laptops.
>Cost efficiency, $300 worth of a regular laptop is equivalent to a high-performance desktop machine
So far those are the major differences between a PC (Desktop Computer) and a laptop computer.
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Most top-loaders fill the tub with enough water to cover the clothing, then agitate them to get the clothing clean. Some manufacturers now offer high-efficiency top-loading washers using a number of different technologies. One such technology is the Whirlpool® Calypso® wash plate. Instead of agitating fabrics to get them clean, the wash plate moves them through a shower of concentrated detergent and water. The action is gentler on fabrics; it's designed to provide better cleaning with far less stress to garment fibers. And with the agitator out of the way, the washer has more room to clean bulky items such as comforters and rugs.
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Hello, You Can HAve Either A 2 x8 Or 2x10 Joist This Will Cover ou In Cast You Have Alot Of Stuff And The Joist Size Will Be Able To Carry The Load And Weight, Hope I Have Helped You In Your Inquirey, GAlway John
General leverage calculations are
based on forces and the distances between them which means that the capacity of
each and every hitch design is different from the next.There are no simple rules to apply so always
play it safe by keeping your cargo load weight well below the hitch capacity
rating. An auxiliary stabilizing
strap should always be used when carrying any unsupported load to alleviate
the added stress on the hitch’s attachment points.