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1. Parade Home #1 - Richard Lien Homebuilders

  • Published: 2017-06-26T06:25:35+00:00
  • Duration: 206
  • By SpinVision®
Parade Home #1 - Richard Lien Homebuilders

Located in a beautiful country setting near Lake Wissota and the Old Abe Trail, this 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom ranch home offers aesthetic appeal, function, and recreational opportunities. Whether entering through the foyer or mudroom, the open kitchen, dining room, and living room combine to create a warm gathering area. The expandable lookout lower level provides numerous options for the needs of growing families or empty-nesters. The floorplan, features, and location of this home are fine examples of practicality, quality, and affordability. Parade Home Features: 1,834 finished square feet 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms Large walk-in pantry Solid surface floors through most of living area Stamped, decorative concrete patio Expandable look out lower level In-ground irrigation system Sub Contractor List (CVHBA Members): ABC Truss Arrow Building Center Bohl & Proulx Plumbing Inc. Cesspool Cleaner Company & Portable Toilet Rentals LLC Chippewa Valley Excavating County Materials Corporation Express Disposal, Inc Fireside Hearth & Home Home Town Insulation Indianhead Insurance Agency Larson’s Custom Cabinets Lyman Lumber Company Menards Northwestern Bank Premium Lawn Service LLC SDR Painting LLC Senn Blacktop www.SpinVision.com Woods & Water Realty Xcel Energy About Richard Lien Homebuilders: The Lien family has been building custom homes in the Chippewa Valley for over 40 years. As a small business, we take pride in being able to offer one-to-one service. This means throughout the building process, you communicate directly with the person who is constructing your home. We strive to make the building process as enjoyable as possible while delivering a product that exceeds your expectations. Work with a builder you can trust... Richard Lien Homebuilders. Contact Information: (715) 723-4130 [email protected] VIEW ALL 21 VIDEOS HERE www.ParadeHome.Tours


2. HEX LOCAL

  • Published: 2015-11-10T00:49:13+00:00
  • Duration: 66
  • By lincoln hill
HEX LOCAL

Practical urban electric bike HEX Local encourages urban commuters to ride a bicycle for short trips rather than drive a car, through intuitive and usable bicycle design. The bike addresses the unmet needs of potential cyclists taking short trips, while integrating convenient accessories to make the decision between cars and bikes an easy one. The HEX Local electric bike seamlessly integrates innovative features such as lighting, a locking system, a smartphone application and modular cargo options to make short trips by bicycle an easier and more enjoyable transport option. The multi-fit bag system allows the same bag to be attached to the bike in four different positions, via built in neodymium magnets. This allows riders to quickly and easily fit and remove bags without fussing with clips or straps, as well as being able to carry up to four bags of cargo during daily travels. The low step through frame design allows riders to wear their everyday clothing. The upright riding position humanises the cyclist to other road users, inspiring confidence and reducing animosity between bicycles and other road users. The frame, fork and racks are made from recyclable 6061 aluminium, 4130 chromoly steel and HDPE plastic. Hex Local is designed with its lifecycle in mind. If the electronic components were to become obsolete, they can be removed, and the resulting cavity repurposed as storage space. The bottom bracket shell can be fitted with standard bicycle componentry, and Hex Local can continue life as a regular commuter bicycle. lincolnhill.co.nz


3. Repairing Aircraft Structural Tubing (Piper Cub) 1945 US Office of Education; WWII945 US Office of Education WWII 20min

  • Published: 2018-11-08T19:00:31+00:00
  • Duration: 1186
  • By Jeff Quitney
Repairing Aircraft Structural Tubing (Piper Cub) 1945 US Office of Education; WWII945 US Office of Education WWII 20min

1945 training film shows how to repair the chrome molybdenum steel structural tubing on a Piper Cub aircraft. Produced by Jam Handy. Originally a public domain film from the US Office of Education, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hollow_structural_section Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ A hollow structural section (HSS) is a type of metal profile with a hollow tubular cross section. The term is used predominantly in USA, or other countries which follow US construction or engineering terminology. HSS members can be circular, square, or rectangular sections, although other shapes are available, such as elliptical. HSS is only composed of structural steel per code. HSS is sometimes mistakenly referenced as hollow structural steel. Rectangular and square HSS are also commonly called tube steel or structural tubing. Circular HSS are sometimes mistakenly called steel pipe though true steel pipe is actually dimensioned and classed differently from HSS. (HSS dimensions are based on exterior dimensions of the profile, while pipes are essentially dimensioned based on interior diameters, as needed to calculate areas for flow of liquids.) The corners of HSS are heavily rounded, having a radius which is approximately twice the wall thickness. The wall thickness is uniform around the section. In the UK, or other countries which follow British construction or engineering terminology, the term HSS is not used. Rather, the three basic shapes are referenced as CHS, SHS, and RHS, being circular, square, and rectangular hollow sections. Typically, these designations will also relate to metric sizes, thus the dimensions and tolerances differ slightly from HSS... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/41xx_steel 41xx steel is a family of SAE steel grades, as specified by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). Alloying elements include chromium and molybdenum, and as a result these materials are often informally referred to as chromoly steel (common variant stylings include chrome-moly, cro-moly, CrMo, CRMO, CR-MOLY, and similar). They have an excellent strength to weight ratio and are considerably stronger and harder than standard 1020 steel, but are not easily welded (need pre and post weld thermal treatment to avoid cold cracking). While these grades of steel do contain chromium, it is not in great enough quantities to provide the corrosion resistance found in stainless steel. Examples of applications for 4130, 4140 and 4145 include structural tubing, bicycle frames, tubes for transportation of pressurized gases, firearm parts, clutch and flywheel components, and roll cages. 4150 stands out as being one of the steels accepted for use in M16 rifle and M4 carbine barrels by the United States military. These steels are also used in aircraft parts and therefore 41xx grade structural tubing is sometimes referred to as "aircraft tubing"... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piper_J-3_Cub The Piper J-3 Cub is an American light aircraft that was built between 1937 and 1947 by Piper Aircraft. The aircraft has a simple, lightweight design which gives it good low-speed handling properties and short-field performance. The Cub is one of the best known light aircraft of all time. The Cub's simplicity, affordability and popularity — as well as its large production numbers, with nearly 20,000 built in the United States — invokes comparisons to the Ford Model T automobile. The Cub was originally intended as a trainer and had great popularity in this role and as a general aviation aircraft. Due to its performance, it was well suited a variety of military uses such as reconnaissance, liaison and ground control. It was produced in large numbers during World War II as the L-4 Grasshopper. Large numbers of Cubs are still flying today. Notably, Cubs are highly prized as bush aircraft. The Cub is a high-wing, strut-braced monoplane with a large-area rectangular wing. It is powered by an air-cooled piston engine driving a fixed-pitch propeller. Its fuselage is a welded steel frame covered in fabric, seating two people in tandem. The aircraft's standard chrome yellow paint has come to be known as "Cub Yellow" or "Lock Haven Yellow"...


4. Rotary Mobile Medical Unit (District 5870 & 4130)

Rotary Mobile Medical Unit (District 5870 & 4130)

Rotary Global Grant project between the Rotary Club of Austin (Central Texas, USA - District 5870) and the Rotary Club of de Los Garza (Monterrey, Mexico - District 4130) for a mobile medical unit...this is one of 20 global projects being highlighted by Rotary International in honor of The Rotary Foundation's (TRF) Centennial year!