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Can a torch make a rough cut on a marble slab?
No. you don't cut stone with fire. That is just plain stupid. You cut marble with diamond tipped blades or with water jets.
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A Cut above the rest A Babe Ruth cut signature, is worth about $2,000.- $3,000. Although a "slabbed" cut signature should sell for a lot more, I only found two "slabbed…" signatures selling at a recent auction for $3,107.00, and $2,868.00 Prices will vary based on condition (grade) and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. In another recent auctions a Babe Ruth cut signature (not slabbed) sold for $3,107.50. The signature should be bold, and strong, a weak, and faded signature will sell for less. Most autographs in Ruth's day was signed with a fountain pen. A signature with the quotation marks around "Babe" typifies his pre-1928 autograph and will sell at a higher value. If the signature is not properly authenticated it could sell at half the market value or less. Signatures will vary in price based on condition, the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature, the item signed, and how well the item displays the signature. Baseballs are the most common, and preferred by collectors because of it's connection to the game, low cost, availability and it displays the signature well. The signed baseball represents the average price for a signature, and by deducting or adding from this price for the Item signed accordingly will give you a good idea on value. The lowest priced signed item would be for a "cut Signature." A cut signature is a signature on a piece of paper, or "cut" from a larger piece. Index cards are the next step up, and both sell at a fraction (about 10%-20%) the price of an autographed baseball. Autograph photos typically sell at about 40-60 percent the price of a baseball with bats, uniform Jersey's and equipment selling at a higher price due to the higher cost of the item, rarity and display. In general if an autographed baseball is worth $100. the same autograph on a 8 x 10 photo $50. a cut signature $20. on a bat $150. The percentage of the price could also vary based on the popularity of the player, and how sought after the signature is. In the case of Babe Ruth, his signature is one of the most prized signatures in the hobby. A Babe Ruth single signed baseball in general is worth about $6,000.-$10,000. Cut Signatures are often cut from an item that has been ruined to save its value such as a cover of a publication, photograph, letter or notebook on which it was originally signed. Cuts are commonly used for inserts by baseball card companies. Slabbed is a term used to describe a professionally graded card or cut signature that has been encapsulated in a sonically sealed holder.
It would vary with the cost of concrete in your area and how thick the slab would be. I assume by the size that you are building a shop or similar. If so, I would go at least …6" thick. 1 cubic yard at 6" thick covers 6 square yards. So, you will get 6 square yards of concrete out of 1 cubic yard. You have 1680 square feet, divide that by 9 for square yards = roughly 186 square yards. 186 square yards divided by 6 = 31 cubic yards At $110 per yard here in the midwest, it would cost $3410. But, I would figure extra to make sure you had enough when pouring it. Possibly 1 or 1 1/2 yards extra.
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Roughing cuts are used to bring the diameter of the workpiece down to the rough size of what is specified on the engineering drawing or instruction. This gives some lee-way fo…r any mistake we may make at some stage. We then use a finishing cut to bring the workpiece down to a specified length/diameter, and also a specified surface finish in some cases.
On the rough endoplasmic reticulum, it is rough due to the ribosomes that are on it. The Ribosomes create protein and send them into the endoplasmic reticulum. Ribosomes are m…ade inside the nucleolus.
the marble gang saw cutting machine is a machine to make a slat of required thick from a big sized of marble from mines
Okay, I will explain to you that, in the rainfall should had some kind of chemical like alkali, acid, salt, aldehyde, etc. Specially acid will interact with marble which conta…ins calcium carbonate (CaCO3) to make the salt and liberates water vapour. The reason that surface of marble is not uniform as metal, so when the acid penetrates to the marble will make the result with porous coefficient differently. And you can see this very obviously this marbles surface will be rough touch. Of course this is long process not immediately after you fix the marble at the exposed area.
Marble is subject to certain chemicals leavign stains or causing the stone to break down, also marble cutting boards can get "cuts" running through them if using certain types… of knives, this can harbor bacteria and is VERY difficult to clean. FYI-Most marble cutting boards aren't actually used for cutting, but for rolling dough on or performing similar tasks
you have to collect a battery(cell), battery case, 4 wires, and as many bulbs as you ewould like. now link them together. alexia age 12 A very good answer Alexia. Here's how …I would answer it. Connect, in series, a cell or battery, a bulb with a voltage rating which corresponds to the cell/battery voltage, and, optionally, a switch.
A diamond saw which is a steel wheel with a soft coper rim into which diamond dust is pressed. The cutting process needs to be cooled with water.
5720 F ref. Victor Equipment Co. booklet OXY-FUEL Welding ,Cutting , and Heating Guide c.1996
Of course you can. But you risk cutting into a post-tension cable. That would be very bad, but there is no reason why you cannot physically do it. Just make sure you have anot…her job lined up beforehand, and that you are prepared to live with the consequences if the cable flies out the end of the building and cuts somebody's grandma in half. Or, you can have an imaging company use X-ray or radar to locate and identify sub-surface items. Then you will know what is in the deck you are cutting. Here's one: www.srimaging.com
You need to convert logs into planks, then planks into sticks. Place however many sticks you want underneath the same amount of coal and you will get that many torches. Assumi…ng you mean torches, place a piece of coal or charcoal in the square above a stick.
the ribosomes on top make the rough ER rough. And if you take off he ribosomes you get the smooth ER!!!
As it is a marble slab, it could be supposed that the shape is fairly regular. So multiplying length by width will give the square area of the slab. It could be that the squar…e area is not required, and the length and width is needed simply to fit the marble slab into a recess or is to be used as a work-surface , etc. But, either way, a steel tape measure is usually required to measure the marble slab.