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I typically place the studs flat-wise on tiny structures to gain 4" of interior space, where electrical and such isn't a big deal. I'm guessing you're an architect, or training to be.
just don't walk down in your socks. if you slip you'll be three floors down real fast. I agree with another post here about circular stairs. there are good reasons building codes basically don't like them, at least not that small a diameter.
I am finding that the hook and loop discs last far longer than the sheets of sand paper, so I use them for hand sanding as well.
first model Leafs are selling for less than $6k. We bought a 2014 model for $15k with only 15,000 miles on it, like new condition. Always wanted to buy an older Leaf and mount a vintage jeep body on it.
that would likely trap many bubbles
Bottle Lock Part 2: Mechanical Assembly
Bike Fender Part 4: Multi-Part Design
Bottle Lock Part 3: 3D Printing With Support Structures
Basic Vector Creation
3D Printing Class
LEDs and Lighting Class
I would leave the lights on while poking them in so as to know immediately if a connection broke.
just fold the end of the tape on itself to make a handle. Save envelopes from monthly bills that you pay online and never use the usps mail. They go thru sorting machines much better
why didn't you raise the outermost 2x4 a ½" to make it flush?
carefully with a torch you can polish the bottom edge