Hot sale good quality aluminum tube/pipe Wholesale to Sudan
Product aluminum alloy tube/pipe Thickness 0.5mm-100mm Diameter 10mm-1000mm Alloy No 1060，1070，2a12，3003，3004，5052，5083，5754，5a03，6061，6063，7075,8011 Temper O,H114,H24,H22,H112,t4,t6 Surface flat Packing Export standard wooden pallets (as per requirements) Payment Terms 30% T/T in advance as deposit,70% balance against the B/L copy or 100% irrevocable L/C at sight Minimum Order Quantity 500kg pre size Delivery time 15-30 days after receiving L/C or deposit...
|Product||aluminum alloy tube/pipe|
|Packing||Export standard wooden pallets (as per requirements)|
|Payment Terms||30% T/T in advance as deposit,70% balance against the B/L copy or 100% irrevocable L/C at sight|
|Minimum Order Quantity||500kg pre size|
|Delivery time||15-30 days after receiving L/C or deposit|
|Remark||Specific requirement of alloy grade,temper or specification can be discussed at your request|
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Cold Steel Espada Large Review
This is a review of Cold Steel’s 62NL Espada (Large) Folding Knife 5.5″ AUS A8 Stainless Steel Blade, with 7075 Aluminum Bolster and Frame and G10 Handles
Blade: 5 1/2″, Japanese AUS 8A Stainless Steel Blades
Overall: 12 1/4″
Weight: 9.8 oz.
Handle: Polished G-10 and 7075 Aluminum Bolster/Frame
Made in Taiwan
OVERALL COMMENTS FROM REVIEWER:
1) Beautiful sharp and highly polished knife
2) Ergonomically designed Handle and clip
3) Wave Rapid deployment is impressive and functional
4) May be too large for people with smaller hands
5) It’s size makes it only practical for a lethal defense weapon
6) CHECK YOUR LOCAL LAWS TO SEE IF THIS IS TOO BIG TO CARRY
I would have the XL Espada, but in Texas, that is an illegal knife.
After getting his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees, Chris Meyer wanted to do something different with his mechanical engineering expertise – he founded Sector 67, a maker space in Madison, WI.
Maker spaces have started to pop up all over the country, but Meyer and Sector 67 were early adopters to the movement, five years ago. Now, they’ve got a shop full of equipment, including a PCNC 1100.