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Visit Allied Wire & Cable at http://www.awcwire.com - There are many components that go into an electrical cable, from the conductor, to the insulation, to any shielding or jacketing it may have. Arguably, the most important component is the conductor, because without it, you don't have a cable. The conductor is at the center of the cable, and it carries the electrical signal from point A to point B. While that is the simplest definition, a lot goes into making and choosing the proper conductor for a particular cable. You need to choose the material, and any applicable coating. And what about stranding, or do you need solid? All of these choices are important when deciding on what conductor you want. You can choose copper, silver, nickel, silver or nickel plated, or a variety of h...
It's not what you think at 5:30... 😃 SUBSCRIBE ► http://sub2.omele.to 'Afternoon Delight' is used with permission from Matteo Mosterts. Learn more at http://omele.to/2xyXK8Y. Filmmaker Matteo Mosterts tells the story of Bobby, a family man who is home alone and in the mood for some afternoon delight. Bobby's wife has taken the kids to grandma's house. He lowers the shades, changes in something more comfortable and sits down on the sofa -- popping in a film, "Afternoon Delight." He looks around the double-check that the coast is clear, then starts the movie. Mrs. Humphries hears a ring and answers the door -- it's Cable Guy. She's been waiting for him. Her television has acted up. She invites him in to take a look and he takes a look -- he immediately knows what the trouble is. As s...
How to knit a cross front cable, using a small sampler as practice. A good introduction to knitting cable.
Yes there is a wrong way to wrap a cable. Learn to wrap a cable the way the pros do with the over under method. It is amazing the difference a properly wrapped cable makes. Your cables last longer and are easier to handle. Please like, comment, subscribe and share! Follow my on twitter @kennisrussell and Facebook.com/kennisrussellmusic -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Guitar Neck Shootout: Fender vs Squier vs Mighty Mite" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgZgtRhcSIc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Don't let this design scare the daylights out of you because this Crochet Cablework Afghan is really easy if you look at this afghan row by row. The wonderful and most coolest thing about this design, once you start the main pattern after the 1st - 3 rows are done, every other row is just a straight single crochet across. This means, one row you need to think and the other row to get back is just a no brainer. The complete design is completed on the front side of the afghan so you can see it come together as your crochet. So if you are making an error, you will see it right away. So when you look at the diagram below, don't freak out. Take it line by line. The tutorial I have provided is extremely long. I follow you through the entire sheet. Once you get rows 1 - 14 done, you start aga...
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This video demonstrates the technique for how to use a cable needle to create cables in knitted work.
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The HV cable was meggered and had one phase reading lower than the other two phases, although the 5 kV Megger didn't break it down fully. A low amperage high tension fuse was used to test the cable and avoid risking tripping the feeder. The fault developed as a phase to screen fault which was later traced and thumped. Fault found in the crutch of the PILCpart of cable in the.300 kVA transformer.
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Demonstration of the "Over Under" technique for rolling cable. Why? (1) It helps prevent tangle. (2) It prolongs life of the cable. (3) It is accepted best practice for media production professionals. Video by Scott Reynolds. If you are involved in media production of any kind - music, film, television, video games, podcasts, online, radio, etc. - then you probably use mic cables and/or line level cables to for interconnections. This video is designed to demonstrate clearly and concisely how to coil up your cables using the Over Under technique when you need to store them. I believe this is an essential skill for amateurs and professionals alike. Videos similar to this on YouTube, by title: How To Properly Roll Guitar and Mic Cables, Roadie Wrapping Cables, How to Roll Audio Cables, Cab...
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Showing how a square wave signal is distorted by reflections from the unterminated end of a cable. Also shows proper terminating resistance and its effects.
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Small cables can be worked on the needles without using a cable needle or having free stitches. I mostly stick to this method for 1x1 cable twists, and it can really speed up one's progress through a stitch pattern. The first 2.5min is a quick run through of 1st cables. I had planned a slower view of both the left and right cross, but I accidentally deleted a file so there's only the very slow and methodical view of the left cross. The video ends on working left and right crosses for 2 over 2 cables, and why reorienting the stitches is better than trying to work between stitches for those. I do not recommend this for cables bigger than 1x1 if the fabric is dense. 2x2 is OK, but as the cable gets wider the stitches are stressed more and it becomes harder and harder to get them to stretc...
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Increase your speed by eliminating the use of a cable needle in cable knitting. Both left and right cross cables are demonstrated.
There's a light that's from the window and it shines down on the street
There's some guys standing on the corner making that good old harmony
And now there's a light that's from the window and it's sent to the street corner symphony
Let 'em sing let 'em shout cause they're singing that good old harmony
Singing it soul to soul, Brother to brother
A cappella--Well it sounds good to me
Singing it soul to soul, Brother to brother
A cappella--Well it sounds good to me
And now I turn out the light say goodnight to another day
I'm gonna rest my weary head in my long awaited bed
I'm gonna get on my knees and pray, ask the Lord to give me just one more day
Oh Lord, hear my plea--This music just sounds so good to me
You know we're singing for the Lord and now we're feeling mighty good
Makin music with our voices like we know all Christians should
We don't need any type of guitar or an instrument to use
Oh it sounds good to me and I'm hoping it sounds good to you
Soul sing a cappella, Soul sing a cappella, Soul sing a cappella ooh