pictsidhe
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I really don't want to watch 9+ 15 minute videos, thanks. Your images won't load on my slow connection.
Bottom line: assakkaf.com formula said expect 953 pounds. Euler's equation says expect 2,650 pounds. Actual buckling load was 1,022 pounds. You want me to email it to you?I really don't want to watch 9+ 15 minute videos, thanks. Your images won't load on my slow connection.
If the pages are a lot smaller than 3.4MB eachBottom line: assakkaf.com formula said expect 953 pounds. Euler's equation says expect 2,650 pounds. Actual buckling load was 1,022 pounds. You want me to email it to you?
I posted pictures of a few of them a while ago. I can email you all 26 pages tonight. What's your email address?If the pages are a lot smaller than 3.4MB each
You can send me an email at dshodges@hotmail.com.I posted pictures of a few of them a while ago. I can email you all 26 pages tonight. What's your email address?
I don't guess you want to watch the videos. That would take a while. What if I text you pictures of the pages?My connection is too slow to see uncompressed images...
Conduit is really low yield, to make it easy to bend. I don't know if accurate yield numbers are available or if it meets any standard.BBerson, yes, it's half of 1/2-inch electric conduit, squeezed onto the flange of a 4x4 beam, which is 5/16 inch thick.