Alleyway Contribution

Alleyway Contribution Breakdown

I’ve uploaded an Alleyway Contribution Spreadsheet that breaks down the costs on homeowner contribution. This was a good exercise because sealing the entire alleyway reduces the costs or for the same cost and few more homes, we can do the ENTIRE ALLEYWAY for the SAME PRICE as 1/3rd of the alleyway!

 

 

 

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Alleyway Sealing Proposal!

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Residents of Montague Ave, Deep Creek, and Falstaff Ave,

I rec’d quotes from two reputable paving companies to have the alleyway sealed. They are both very similar in price. There are probably smaller operations that will do it for less, but both firms come highly recommended. These firms will first clean up all the gravel . . . → Read More: Alleyway Sealing Proposal!

Alley Way Sealing Reference Pictures

Alleyway Picture - Raveling

Here is a compilation of pictures to compare road surfaces. This first picture is from an HOA in Pleasanton that I thought was really nice. Our Alleyway is below.

Saw this on a paving website, looks NICE!

This is a picture of a road that has been sealed recently. Saw this at a Home . . . → Read More: Alley Way Sealing Reference Pictures

Alleyway Sealing FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

This is a picture of a road that has been sealed recently.  Saw this at a Home Owners Association in Pleasanton 2012_08_04.

What are immediate benefits from sealing the alleyway?

Long life protection of the alleyway road surface and a SMOOTH alleyway free from pebbles and rocks. When you drive your car into your garage when it’s raining, you won’t pull all those rocks into the garage with your tires!! When the kids ride their bikes or . . . → Read More: Alleyway Sealing FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Hodge-podge of LinuxCNC Info

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HTML File Archive for Manuals and Commands. GREAT SOURCE for info!

Arguments for using LinuxCNC: Great write-up for LinuxCNC by Viesturs on CNCZone. PCW (Peter Wallace from Mesa) also has some remarks earlier in the post.

Why RTLinux? Information not from LinuxCNC on real time OS info.

EMC Internals – This is a Great Graphical . . . → Read More: Hodge-podge of LinuxCNC Info

Anilam A10 Encoder Pinout Wiring similar to Anilam SENC 125?

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I’m having trouble finding the pin-out for an Anilam A10 encoder. I’m researching retrofitting my SuperMax mill that is controlled by an Anilam Crusader M controller with LinuxCNC. Apparently, there are two versions of the A10 encoder, I have the one with a Red (and silver) sticker vs. a Black and Silver Encoder. The Anilam . . . → Read More: Anilam A10 Encoder Pinout Wiring similar to Anilam SENC 125?