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[Products] China Locks, Door Locks, Mortice locks, Mortise Locks, Rim Door Locks, Dawer Locks Manufacturer [Company] Suzhou Comesi Locks Co., Ltd. was founded in 1999. We are specialized in producing locks, door relating hardware products and other goods for worldwide professional use. [Source] *******www.made-in-china****/showroom/comesi
26 May 2008
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*******www.mortisingmachine**** reviews the top rated mortising machines. Come see real customer reviews about the best mortising machines and get the best discount.
31 Jan 2013
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Muriladina e Mortise si uniscono per dare vita al settore giovanile dell'Amat Micromeccanica
7 Jan 2010
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BrickHouseSecurity**** - Forget finding your keys! Install a keypad lock for easier personal entry to your home and increased security against intruders and unwanted guests. * Bump Key Lock Safe * Designed for unsurpassed security and convenience. * Automatic locking, never leave your door unlocked again. * Solid construction with the PCB sealed with epoxy to prevent moisture, corrosion and loosening. * Fingerprint verification and door lock combined in single unit for easy installation. * Available for left hand and right hand opening doors. * Stainless steel tubular single deadlatch mortise. * Fingerprints can be enrolled/erased on the lock directly with lock on door.
29 Sep 2008
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******* - Learn how to purchase the cheapest Online Tools. A drill press is an essential tool for drilling precisely spaced holes or boring to exact depths. With the right set-up you can bore at almost any angle without fear of the drill bit walking or reaming the hole out of round. With the right attachments, a drill press can also serve as a spindle sander, mortise machine or a pocket hole machine. Given their versatility and relatively low cost, a drill press is an excellent investment
1 Jun 2009
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Mortise and tenon joining has always been a difficult, time consuming process. Never again, thanks to Festool's new Domino system. It's ideal for making furniture frame construction, window and door construction, frame and panel construction, tables, chairs and cabinets, even face frames. The system consists of two key components, the Domino joiner and pre-fabricated, solid Beech Domino tenons. The joiner's revolutionary cutting method, simple indexing and adjustable mortise sizing makes flawless, repeatable cuts every single time. It utilizes unique cutters (5, 6, 8 and 10mm) that both turn and oscillate to make crisp cuts with no kickback. An adjustable fence allows angles from 0 to 90° with five preset stops and a depth stop gives you precise adjustment for five depths. The cross stop allows the joiner to index itself for repeat hole spacing without marking your work and the trim stop is for use on narrow material with widths between 7/8" and 2-34". Finally, Domino tenons are far stronger than biscuits or dowels, have a large gluing surface area for extra strength and are 100% rotation proof.
12 Aug 2009
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*******www.eagleamerica****/product/v814-0500/festool_-_domino Mortise and tenon joining has always been a difficult, time consuming process. Never again, thanks to Festool's new Domino system. It's ideal for making furniture frame construction, window and door construction, frame and panel construction, tables, chairs and cabinets, even face frames. The system consists of two key components, the Domino joiner and pre-fabricated, solid Beech Domino tenons. The joiner's revolutionary cutting method, simple indexing and adjustable mortise sizing makes flawless, repeatable cuts every single time. It utilizes unique cutters (5, 6, 8 and 10mm) that both turn and oscillate to make crisp cuts with no kickback. An adjustable fence allows angles from 0 to 90° with five preset stops and a depth stop gives you precise adjustment for five depths. The cross stop allows the joiner to index itself for repeat hole spacing without marking your work and the trim stop is for use on narrow material with widths between 7/8" and 2-34". Finally, Domino tenons are far stronger than biscuits or dowels, have a large gluing surface area for extra strength and are 100% rotation proof. The DF 500 Set comes in a Systainer case and includes the Domino Joiner, D5 (5mm) cutter, trim stop, cross stop, support bracket, wrench and plug-it cord.
12 Aug 2009
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Casual Elements is your premiere source for beautifully designed, high quality home and garden furniture and accessories. Based in Sacramento, California, we offer local as well as nationwide delivery. Casual Elements is family owned and operated since 1996 and is renowned for its quality, designs and superior customer service. Hand-crafted by master craftsmen, our extensive range of indoor and outdoor furniture features elegant designs and attractive finishes. We use the finest quality materials, kiln-dried Teak or Mahogany wood, mortise and tenon joinery, and brass hardware to ensure durability and elegance of every item in our collections. Our objective is to help you furnish your home or outdoor living areas with the highest quality products at affordable prices. Our customer service team will pay great attention to every detail of your purchase to ensure your complete satisfaction.
22 Jul 2011
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Licensed locksmith in Granada Hills, CA (818) 346-1234 by Locksmithology. Provides 24/7 emergency services, serving residential, commercial. Service area: Calabasas, Chatsworth, Canoga Park, Granada Hill, Porter Ranch, Reseda, Tarzana, Northridge, Woodland Hills New Installation, repair, re-key Deadbolts Knobs Mortise Locks High Security Locks Restricted Keys Systems Master Key Systems Decorative Hardware for Perimeter and Interior Doors Doors and Frame Reinforcement Child Proof Locks and Bolt Door Viewer (Peep Hole) Security Chime Sliding Door Locks Locksmithology Telephone: (818) 346-1234 URL: www.locksmithology****
22 Sep 2011
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Ankle Sprain - Podiatrist Torrance, Redondo Beach, Palos Verdes, California Dr. Robert Anavian discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Sprain Ankle. *******www.anavianfootcare**** Ankle Sprains in the Runner Ankle sprains are one of the most common joint injuries runners experience. The injury can occur when one rolls over a rock, lands off a curb, or steps in a small hole or crack in the road. Usually the sprain is only mild, but on occasion it may seriously injure the ligaments or tendons surrounding the ankle joint. Management of this injury relies on early and accurate diagnosis, as well as an aggressive rehabilitation program directed toward reducing acute symptoms, maintaining ankle stability, and returning the runner to pre-injury functional level. General Anatomy of the Ankle The ankle is comprised of three main bones: the talus (from the foot), the fibula and tibia (from the lower leg). The three bones together form a mortise (on the top of the talus), as well as two joint areas (on the inside and outside of the ankle), sometimes called the gutters. The ankle is surrounded by a capsule, as well as tissue (the synovium) that feed it blood and oxygen. Some of the more important structures that hold the ankle together are the ankle ligaments. Most ankle sprains involving the ligaments are weight bearing injuries. When a runner's foot rolls outward (supinates) and the front of the foot points downwards as he or she lands on the ground, lateral ankle sprain can be a result. It is usually this situation that causes injury to the anterior talo-fibular ligament. However, when the foot rolls inwards (pronates) and the forefoot turns outward (abducts), the ankle is subject to an injury involving the deltoid ligament that supports the inside of the ankle. This can occur when another runner steps on the back of the ankle, as at the beginning of a race, or when a runner trips and falls on the runner in front of him. Diagnosis When assessing an ankle sprain, your podiatrist will want to know the mechanism of injury and history of previous ankle sprains. Where the foot was located at the time of injury, popping sensations, whether the runner can put weight on the ankle are all important questions needing an answer. If past ankle sprains are part of the history, for example, a new acute ankle sprain can have a significant impact. The physical examination should confirm the suspected diagnosis, based on the history of the injury. One looks for any obvious deformities of the ankle or foot, black and blue discoloration, swelling, or disruption of the skin. When crackling, extreme swelling and tenderness are present, together with a limited range of motion, one may suspect a fracture of the ankle. A feeling of disruption on either the inside or the outside of the ankle may indicate a rupture of one of the ankle ligaments. To check for ankle instability, the runner should be evaluated while weight bearing. Manual muscle testing is also valuable when checking for ankle instability. One of the more critical tests that a runner should be able to perform before allowing resumption of activity is a single toe raise test. If the runner is unable to do this, one might suspect ligamentous injury or ankle instability. X-rays help rule out fractures, fleck fractures inside the ankle joint, loose bodies, and/or degenerative joint disease (arthritis). Stress X-rays are taken when ligamentous rupture or ankle instability is suspected. When a stress test is taken of your ankle, don't be surprised if the same test is performed on the other ankle. This is done to compare the two ankles, particularly in cases of ligamentous laxity (loose ligaments). In the past, more commonly, ankle arthrography has been used. This involves injecting a dye into the ankle joint as it is X-rayed. This helps determine if a rupture of a ligament or tear of the ankle capsule has occurred. However, this procedure does involve some discomfort during the injection process, and, on rare occasions, an allergy to the dye occurs. Other diagnostic tests include computerized tomography (CT Scan) to discover injuries of the bone, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to isolate and diagnose specific soft tissue injuries (ligaments, tendons, and capsule). The MRI is very specific, and gives a clear-cut view of these important structures. Treatment Treatment of an acute ankle injury usually begins with an aggressive physical therapy program that controls early pain and inflammation, protects the ankle joint while in motion, re-strengthens the muscles, and re-educates the sensory receptors to achieve complete functional return to running activity. Modalities that decrease pain and control swelling include icing, electrical nerve stimulation, ultrasound, and/or iontophoresis patches. Easy, mild motion, with the limits of pain and swelling, can actually reduce the effects of inflammation. A continued passive motion (CPM) machine can be very helpful in decreasing pain and swelling. Resumption of running activity is usually dependent on the runner's limits of pain and motion, and is begun to tolerance. As the runner improves, diagonal running can be prescribed. It is important to protect the runner with braces such as air casts, ankle braces, etc., which help to allow motion at the ankle joint under weight bearing. Home exercise programs are very helpful for the post-ankle sprain runner. Proprioception re-education is critical for both the acute as well as the chronic ankle sprain. It may involve using a simple tilt board or more sophisticated proprioceptive training and testing devices. For the acute grade III lateral ankle sprain, or complete deltoid tear, complete immobilization is usually recommended for at least four weeks. Afterwards, a removable cast is used to restrict motion and allow for physical therapy. If the ankle does not respond and ankle instability is diagnosed, surgical intervention may be required. Today, ankle arthroscopy a much less invasive procedure than other surgery, allows the ligament to be stabilized with tissue anchors. This eliminates an extended period of immobilization, joint stiffness and muscle atrophy. Post-operatively, this primary ligament repair is protected for approximately a two-to three-week period of time in either a cast or removable cast boot, with daily-continued passive motion, cold therapy, and controlled exercise. At three weeks, a simple air cast or ankle brace is applied for an additional three weeks while therapy and rehabilitation is progressing. At six weeks, these devices are used only during running and other athletic activity as a safeguard. As the runner resumes strength and proprioceptive capabilities, the devices are discontinued. Conclusion When an acute or chronic ankle sprain is not treated, as unfortunately is all too often the case, repeated ankle sprains may occur. Because chronic ankle injuries do not show acute inflammation even when the ankle is weak and unstable, this may set the runner up for another ankle sprain when least suspected. A successive sprain may be more severe than the first, and cause an even more significant injury. The most important point to keep in mind when talking about ankle injuries, then, is to prevent the condition from becoming chronic or recurrent. So the next time you roll over that stone, or land in that small hole, make sure that your simple ankle sprain is just that: simple. If you don't want to have a swollen ankle all the time while running, don't ignore early warning signs. If you have any doubts about its seriousness, have your podiatrist check your injury. Visit our website: *******www.anavianfootcare****
21 Nov 2011
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7 FUNCTIONS 1 ROUTER JIG - MPOWER YOUR ROUTER! 1) Adjustable Dado Jig / Trenching Jig. 2) Mortising Jig. 3)Anti Tilt Jig. 4)Router Compass Jig. 5) Offset Base Jig. 6) Adjustable Faux Panel Rebate Copying Jig. 7) Flush Finish Edging Trim Jig. For more information visit: *******www.mpower-tools****/products/crb7/combination-router-base.htm
11 May 2012
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*******jualanoke**** This is by no means an exhaustive list of what's available in the area of prefabricated homes and buildings. This article is to introduce you to the world prefab. If you're in the industry, you'll probably be cringing about now at the word "prefab". But, the word is one that has become synonymous with homes and buildings that have been partially or fully assembled in a factory setting. I for one am excited to see the latest versions of modern prefabs emerging globally. They're well thought out, beautiful, and energy-efficient. And to anyone who has any doubts about the quality of today's prefab homes, I'd ask, would you rather buy a house whose parts have all been crafted outdoors exposed to the elements -- by hand. Or, would you rather buy a house built in a factory setting to tight specs exceeding that of site-built homes. I say exceeding, because a normal site-built home doesn't have to endure the rigors of transportation. For your review, here are quick descriptions of 10 of the many categories of prefab homes available for exploring at *******PrefabExpo**** - in no particular order: 1. Manufactured Single-family residential dwellings consisting of one, two or more sectional units and constructed to Federal HUD code. Zoning regulations and ordinances of the local Municipality or County might not permit use of mobile and manufactured homes in all areas of their jurisdiction. 2. Modular Modular refers to a method of building a home, rather than a type of home. A modular home can be built in a factory from a stock modular home plan or from a customized plan, to the state, local or regional codes of where the home will be set up. Modular homes have not typically experienced the zoning restrictions and discriminative ordinances applicable to manufactured and mobile homes. 3. Panelized Panelized homes are factory-built homes in which panels -- whole walls with windows, doors, wiring, and outside siding -- are transported to the site and assembled. Panels are made from insulating foam sandwiched between two layers of structural material. The panels are lightweight and might already be filled with insulation when they arrive on the site. The homes must meet the state or local building codes of where they are sited. 4. Steel-frame Steel framing is an equivalent to conventional stick frame or post & beam home design where the structural lumber is replaced by steel studs and trusses or steel posts and beams. Light-Gauge Framing System features screw-together, galvanized stud-and-truss, grid-type construction system built on 4-foot center.Red-Iron Metal Post & Beam Systems features bolt-together, pre-engineered post-and-beam-type framing system that uses the red-iron steel "C" beams on 8-foot center. The prefabricated home built with this method can be single-story, two-story, and even tri-level home. Unlike conventional wood framed home that requires interior walls to support the roof, the higher strength-to-weight ratio of steel house allows to span greater distances with less material and fewer supports. The result is higher floor layout and interior design flexibility. Unlike wood, steel won't shrink, rot, warp, buckle, split, or be attacked by insects. This results in greater durability, lower long-term maintenance, higher energy efficiency and overall greater quality of this prefabricated home. 5. Precut This category includes wood-framed factory-built houses or cabins where building materials are factory-cut to design specifications and transported to the site to be assembled. PrefabExpo**** presents prefab building kits designed as wood-framed (also known as balloon-frame, 2 x 4, 2 x 6 or stick-built construction) as well as prefabricated home kit / cabin kit using post-frame method. The homes or cabins must meet local or state building codes of the area where they will be sited. 6. Cedar According to Katahdin Cedar Log Homes, cedar is aromatic to people, and problematic to insects: The heartwood of northern white cedar produces organic compounds called thujaplicins - which create that fresh, pleasant cedar aroma. But to insect pests, such as moths and termites, cedar just plain stinks. They'll avoid cedar homes and instead search out inviting, tasty pine structures. Cedar home kits include everything you need to build the home, itself. That is to say, the walls, the floor, the ceiling, the windows and doors. But your foundation, plumbing and electrical system are not usually included in a kit. 7. Timberframe Timber framing is a specific type of post and beam construction in which a frame is created from solid wood timbers that are then connected by any one of the following wooden joints: mortise and tenon, dovetails, or scarfs secured with hardwood pegs. The frame is covered with any one of a number of enclosure systems. Normally the timbers remain exposed to the interior of the building. Timber frame structures exhibit a strength and aesthetic quality not found in conventionally framed houses. The timbers are pre-cut, shaped, and finished at the factory, then sent to the construction site, where they can be quickly assembled by a crew, routinely using cranes to lift the bents and beams into place. The use of quality wood, enhanced by joinery that compares with fine cabinet making, maximizes the strength of the timberframe structure. Joinery is the heart of the entire structure. 8. Log Log homes provide their owners with a comforting and relaxing sense of informality and simplicity. The mass of logs produces heating and cooling benefits, and reduces noise transmission into and throughout the home. These are very attractive characteristics, but there are also challenges in construction and limitations in decorating. These aspects require special design considerations and have unusual maintenance requirements. Basic Kits Are... WALLS ONLY: The walls-only log home package includes all the logs for the outside walls, including fasteners. Roof beams and staircases may be added. STRUCTURAL SHELL: Shell This package includes everything that's in the walls-only package, plus all components necessary to keep the weather out, such as exterior doors, windows, and the roofing system. THE COMPLETE PACKAGE: Complete packages also includes interior components required to finish log homes. Such items include interior walls, stairs, closets, interior doors and trim. 9. Circular The circle is the strongest geometrical shape we recognize, and this factor likely influenced builders of circular homes for thousands of years. Prefabricated circular buildings have been built as cabins, studios, homes, offices or community halls and convention centers. Most of today's prefabricated circular homes and cabins offered across the country use conventional wood-frame or post & beam construction method. These homes and cabins are ideally suited to take the full advantage of locations offering exciting panoramic views, and to incorporate factor of the surroundings into the home design. 10. Dome Geodesic Dome is using triangular networks forming hexagons and pentagons and creating a free-span, spacious environment of spherically shaped structure requiring no internal supports. This results in large flexibility for utilizing interior space to implement floor designs not limited by structural restrictions. Because of the structural strength of the shape, the domes have a far better record of withstanding tornados, hurricanes and earthquakes than cube-shaped structures of conventional homes. Advantages... MATERIAL COSTS: Geodesic domes provide the greatest amount of floor area with the least amount of surface area, reducing the quantity of needed building material by as much as 30-50%. ENERGY EFFICIENCY: As a result of the shape, the dome has approximately 30-50% less roof and wall area than cube-shaped home of equal floor space. This results in lesser area being exposed to the elements, resulting in reduction in heating and cooling costs of dome shaped structures. Also, the spherical shape of the dome facilitates natural air flow yielding more even temperatures maximizing overall interior temperature comfort. Disadvantages... As a result of complicated angles, the interior and exterior finishing of the dome (after speedy assembly of the prefabricated shell) is significantly more labor intensive than finishing the conventional house. Also, the finishing work requires highly skilled or specialized tradesmen which might not be available at every location. These factors might present welcoming challenge for skilled handyman - homebuilder, but would create substantial cost outlay if the hired labor is considered. This piece was originally submitted by Diane Takahashi,who can be reached at prefabexpoyahoo****, or visited on the web. Diane is co-creator of *******PrefabExpo**** a subscription-based online database of prefabricated homes, cabins and buildings and their vendors. *******jualanoke****
21 Jan 2013
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