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This video is to bring you a closer look at the Pemko 303AV mill finish aluminum astragal or more typically perimeter gasketing. This is what it looks like and this is a garden variety something regular sort of item in terms of it being gasketing. However, I like it alot because it has this flap that comes back around here. So this is the face that goes around the face of the stop of the frame or the face of the door. When that is installed down and you see you have these screws here, sometimes ever so slightly there is a little bellying between the 2 screws when weather stripping is attached, especially if they are down tight. That flap is really effective at helping prevent water from getting in behind the weather stripping and this back flap is the reason I believe it is so effective. Some people have a flap but Pemko on their 303 even has a groove on the backside of the extrusion so the little point seats in. So that is a slam dunk in getting that sealed real nice. So the 303 is represented of what this is, aluminum extrusion with an insert and the A means that the aluminum extrusion is in the mill finish and the V means the material is vinyl. A standard builder’s caliber material. Available in different colors from Pemko-dark bronze, white, gold, possible satin nickel. Available with different sorts of inserts and the part number would change at that point it wouldn’t be 303AV anymore but something else. You can get something higher performance such as silicone or Pemko Prene. Vinyl is a standard material and will fatigue will exposure to UV and it will not perform very well extreme temperatures (hot or cold). If it gets real cold and freezes to the face of the door. Available in several different lengths and this happens to be a 30″. If you have need for a custom length and we have this listed in at least 15 different lengths, but if you need a custom length by all means let us know by ordering the next longest piece or pieces and indicating in the comment field what length you would for us to cut the material back to. The reasoning if that if you would have to take this 30″ piece and cut it to 26″ for some reason, you would eliminate that slotted hole and the next one is all the way over here. It is kind of hard to drill a slotted hole naturally and that slotted hole is nice to have from the factory because it is ever so important to get that small lateral adjustment with that slotted hole. Also when you are predrilling that hole in steel frame, aluminum, or wood, the drill bit has a tendency to walk a little bit before it pierces through. So that slotted hole really helps and allows you to tailor the face more and installed properly so that the door can still close and be latched but installed effectively enough so that is creates the seal that you are looking for. You can cut it yourself or order is prelength, that’s the bottom line. If you have any questions on the Pemko 303AV weather stripping feel free to reach out to us. There is an image below this video showing everything important dimensionally about this material. You can see the extrusion is 7/8″ and the vinyl is 1/4″, which brings you to 1-1/8″ overall. You have an overall thickness of the material 1/4″. Pemko is a full line manufacturer of all things weather stripping related, not only the garden variety perimeter gasketing like this but thresholds, door sweeps. They have a full line of material made of aluminum base, stainless steel base material, and architectural bronze. Any questions on the Pemko 303AV perimeter gasketing or astragal or any other Pemko products please feel free to reach out to us. Thank you
Video #621: Today is a general tour. But if there’s interest, I can do future videos on the individual zones. Let me know where to start… More Info: http://www.beadsandbeading.com/blog/?p=19424 Polymer Clay Tutor.
Topics Covered In This Video:
* Today I’m going to give you a tour of my Studio and talk a little bit about organizing your craft space into zones.
* It doesn’t really matter whether you have a tiny little workspace, like your Kitchen table… or you have a super giant one, like a whole separate building.
* If you have a lot of craft supplies, you need to organize them in a way that you can get access to them, and also be able to put them away properly when you’re done.
* Otherwise you run into problems like buying the same product over and over because you didn’t realize that you already had it.
* So, I wanted to show you how I organize my studio.
* A lot of you have been requesting a studio tour… and I did show you when it was crazy messy a while back.
* But I have done some clean up and organizing since then.
* Still not perfect yet, but it is good enough to show you how it is all set up.
* I have my space allocated into the following zones…
* Workspace – where I have all the supplies, clay, tools and findings within arms reach for making polymer clay jewelry.
* Paints – all (or most) of my paints, finishes and liquid clays are stored on a shelf above my workspace.
* Publishing – Laptop for writing posts, web research and communicating with students.
* Office Cabinet – Cabinet with manuals, paper and other supplies needed for the office.
* Inks and stamps – alcohol inks, stamp pads, spray inks, stencils and rubber stamps stored in drawers and trays, in one area.
* Craft Bins – miscellaneous craft supplies stored in a wall of plastic drawers. Each drawer has a different supply, such a small ribbon bits in one drawer and feathers in another.
* Office Supplies – Drawers with pencils, pens, rulers, scissors, glue sticks, etc., in one skinny tower of drawers.
* CD Player and CD’s next to it.
* Baking Area – Top of metal cabinet has my convection oven and all the baking supplies such as oven thermometer, baking trays, bead racks, tins of cornstarch, etc.
* Rock Tumbling Area – Rock Tumbler and containers of sanding substrate stored together. There is an electrical plug close by so the tumbler can run, right where it is stored.
* Metal Card Cabinet – Metal drawers are filled with overflow clay, tools, color recipe chips and other supplies. I would love to paint this cabinet a bright color and reorganize the drawers some more.
* Dressform – Vintage dress form of my Grandma Edna’s, is a great place to store my lab coat for the PcT Test Lab videos. I didn’t mention it but it is also a great place to test out necklace lengths and to see how the piece will drape on the body.
* New Products for Demo Bins – In this rolling drawer unit I keep all the new products that I plan to create demo videos for, as well as the product test samples for the test lab videos.
* Book Case – Stores all my books, magazines and a variety of nic knacks, including my vintage treadle sewing machine that was my Grandma Hanna’s.
* Cord and Chain Storage – A slot wall units with hooks and rods store all my cording, beading wire, beading thread, needles and similar items.
* Peg Board – A painted wood peg board on the back of my door, stores miscellaneous supplies that are better off seen, than forgotten.
* Storage Cupboards – Two tall storage cupboards store items that are used in the studio but don’t need to be seen such as cans of acetone, solvents, buttons, paper, Scrapbooking supplies, die cutting machine and dies, etc.
* The write ups for my last 5 studio zones (Scrapbooking Shelves, Center Island, Sewing Station, Polishing Station, Metal Working) were tool long to include in this space, but you can to my blog (link below) for the full descriptions.
* Related Video: My Messy Polymer Clay Studio Quickie Tour… http://www.beadsandbeading.com/blog/?p=18840#video
* Related Article: Catalina’s Polymer Clay Studio… http://www.beadsandbeading.com/blog/?p=4991
* Related Article: Sue F’s Studio Notes and Photos… http://www.beadsandbeading.com/blog/?p=4316/#comment-42666
* Related Video: Polymer Clay Tutor Studio Chit Chat… http://www.beadsandbeading.com/blog/?p=15303#video
* Related Video: What’s In All Those Drawers Cindy… http://www.beadsandbeading.com/blog/?p=13868#video
* Related Video: Cindy Lietz Polymer Clay Tutor Studio Tour… http://www.beadsandbeading.com/blog/?p=13676#video
And… more info about today’s video is at my blog… http://www.beadsandbeading.com/blog/?p=19424
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