[rescue] Question of how to "smooth" power from Laser printer
jorge234q at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 28 15:09:33 CDT 2008
--- Sandwich Maker <adh at an.bradford.ma.us> wrote:
> " From: Phil Stracchino <alaric at metrocast.net>
> " Curious George wrote:
> " > I use solid core wooden doors (*un* drilled).
> " > They usually have a neutral finish (luan), take
> " > stain well, etc. (I much prefer looking at a
> " > slab of *wood* than formica or metal!)
> " Ooh. I *like* that idea. Probably both stiffer
> and cheaper than the
> " 3/4"-1" plywood I was considering for my desk
> rebuild, too.
> hollow core doors are very strong too. most of the
> strength is in the
> skins - think of them as i-beams.
No! Hollow core doors wil not support your weight.
They are designed for an insignificant vertical load
(i.e., when hanging) and only have reinforcement
at the edges and around the knob-hole.
Set a couple of *heavy* monitors on such a door and
you will find yourself looking for new monitors :<
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