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ladimir Gacinovic, "direktor" za Balkan MI6, je i obavestio Gavrila Principa i Mladu Bosnu (pre nego sto se u Sarajevu znalo) da ce F.F. biti izaslanik cara Franca Jozefa, na manevrima. On je otrovan, u Nemackoj, 1917-e (ni,27 godina star) Na istoj "vezi" bila je i Apisova "Crna ruka". Apis i nablizi drug, su streljani 1917, na Solunskom frontu, na insistiranje iste kuhinje-V.B.(I MI6). @ ostali k. Nijedan nas istoricar, nije istrazio pozadinu ubistva Kralja Aleksandra Obrenovica
Lane is the default branch to be chosen if all other conditions evaluate to false. has a condition assigned that defines whether or not the flow is used. Exclusive Event-based Gateway (instantiate) Each occurrence of a subsequent event starts a new process instance. Complex Gateway Complex merging and branching behavior that is not captured by other gateways. Parallel Event-based Gateway (instantiate) The occurrence of all subsequent events starts a new process instance… Parallel Multiple: Catching all out of a set of parallel events. Terminate: Triggering the immediate termination of a process… Pools (Participants) and Lanes represent responsibilities for activities in a process. A pool or a lane can be an organization, a role, or a system. Lanes subdivide pools or other lanes hierarchically. Message Flow symbolizes information flow across organizational boundaries. Message flow can be attached to pools, activities, or message events. The Message Flow can be decorated with an envelope depicting the content of the message. A Collection Data Object represents a collection of information, e.g., a list of order items. Input A Data Input is an external input for the entire process.A kind of input parameter. Output A Data Output is data result of the entire process. A kind of output parameter. A Data Association is used to associate data elements to Activities, Processes and Global Tasks. The order of message exchanges can be specified by combining message flow and sequence flow. Data Store © 2011 A Data Store is a place where the process can read or write data, e.g., a database or a filing cabinet. It persists beyond the lifetime of the process instance.
C abinet manufacturers from all over the country rolled out their best stuff last spring for the kitchen and bath industry’s annual trade show, staged at the cavernous Las Vegas Convention Center. Sprinkled among booths showcasing bathtubs and appliances were kitchen cabinets of every style, from Arts and Crafts in quartersawn oak to modern in Macassar ebony. Wellborn Cabinet Inc. alone offered nearly 1500 different combinations of finish and door styles. Yet for all this diversity, every cabinet is made from the same basic components. Where they differ, and why prices vary so widely, can be traced to what’s under the hood: materials, hardware, and construction techniques. Although manufacturers offer such a wide price range that they can cater to budgets of any size, spending more money usually means greater durability, better hardware, a nicer fit and finish, and more flexible designs. A competitive scramble among stock and semicustom cabinet manufacturers gives buyers more choices than ever. Stock cabinets, the most economical, are still essentially an off-the-shelf commodity with the fewest options in finish and materials. Semicustom cabinets allow buyers to specify most but not all features. Prices vary accordingly. While cabinet sizes in both categories tend to be standardized (available for the most part in 3-in. increments), manufacturers have tried to make it easier for buyers to order the options they want even on a modest budget. Custom cabinets can be whatever a buyer is willing to pay for, usually with the longest lead time and the highest prices. In the end, how a cabinet is made is a lot more important than what it’s called. The essential elements to consider are box construction, drawers, doors, hardware, and finish.
Facelifters is a leading manufacturer and distributor of cabinet doors, drawer fronts and related accessories. We offer an entire line of doors and drawer fronts in Rigid Thermofoil (RTF) as well as different species of select woods, to suit the taste of different customers. The doors and accessories come in classic and contemporary designs, various color stain and paint finishes, with multiple options for panels. The accessories available range from a cross section of popular moldings, valances to hardware (knobs and handles), breadboards, and cutlery trays. STEP 1 – Choose Your Door With a variety of door species, color, styles and designs to choose from, you are sure to find the perfect look for your kitchen. Select from the following materials: • Wood - Cherry, Maple, Oak, Bamboo • Rigid Thermofoil • Metal This catalog provides a description, options and pricing of the various items available through The Home Depot, for the ‘Do-It-Yourself’ customer. If a customer needs assistance in having these products installed, we offer installed services. STEP 2 – Take Measurements Complete the Customer Measure Form found in the back of this Measure Guide. STEP 3 – Place the Order Return the completed customer measurement form to your local Home Depot where a Store Associate will answer all of your questions, give you a quick price quote, and can then submit your order to Facelifters for you. (You will need to know if you have face frame or frameless cabinets). Please contact 1-800-HOMEDEPOT for details on Installed Services.
Standard Cabinet specifications: Certification KCMA Certified All cabinetry manufactured by Shenandoah Cabinetry is certified by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA). KCMA sets the American National Standards Institute/KCMA 161.1- 2000 uniform performance and construction standards for kitchen and vanity cabinets. The program is referenced by U.S. Government Agencies; architects; builders; remodelers; and other specifiers. Cabinets that bear the KCMA seal of certification are recognized as a quality product with the ability to perform after a rigorous battery of tests, simulating years of typical household use. Tests are performed by approved third-party independent laboratories. Shenandoah Cabinetry is proud to display the KCMA seal of certification for cabinet construction. Environmentally Responsible Stewardship As a leading U.S. manufacturer of fine cabinetry, American Woodmark Corporation and its Shenandoah Cabinetry brand is committed to conducting business in a manner that both protects the environment and safeguards public health and safety. To achieve this end, the company has implemented a Corporate Environmentally Responsible Stewardship Program that proactively identifies potential environmental risks and monitors compliance with appropriate federal, state, local and internal standards. The company has received certification by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA) Environmental Stewardship Program on all products. The certification was awarded based on compliance across a broad range of activity including air quality, product resource management, process resource management, environmental stewardship and community relations. The company works with all suppliers to encourage sustainable forestry practices. Wood doors, drawer fronts and cabinet front frames are made from North American-grown hardwoods. Particle board and plywood are purchased from suppliers that meet the Composite Panel Association requirements for Environmentally Preferable Products including formaldehyde emissions that comply with ANSI Standards.
CHOOSE FROM 100’S OF DESIGNS WE BUILD TO ANY SHAPE REQUIRED THE IMPORTANT STUFF NO HIDDEN CHARGES Prices in this catalog reﬂect any shape at no extra cost, any size up to 5 sq ft at no extra cost and any color at no extra cost. For panels over 5 sq ft add $20 a sq ft. Bevel clusters are highly polished prism designs and are ﬁxed sizes which cannot change. However, the design around the bevel cluster can be modiﬁed to ﬁt wider, thinner, shorter or taller cabinet doors at no extra cost. Simply give us the measurement of your door insert and we will redesign around the bevel cluster to ﬁt. Since we carry over 700 different colors and 40 different textures, it is highly recommended that you stop by the studio to choose your own particular shade of glass or send us a swatch of material. Choose a design. Imagine it in your colors Watch while we build it! Due to the fact that these panels are custom made to ﬁt your doors, full purchase price is due upon ordering. Delivery is usually 4-6 weeks from date measurements are received. PATTERN EXAMPLE IMAGINE THIS DESIGN IN YOUR COLORS Features: Center bevel design & jewels PATTERN EXAMPLE W/ COLOR Features: Same center bevel design this time with accent colors added ACTUAL INSERT MOUNTED IN CABINET DOOR Features center bevel design, amber waterglass and gold pink jewels. The choices of designs, colors, textures and jewels we have are stunning. So many in fact that to produce a catalog which could feature them all would be cost prohibitive. Consider this catalog an introduction to our world of glass. We can design for your entire home. Windows, doors, transoms, sidelights, cabinet door inserts, table tops, even matching mirrors and picture frames. Any of the designs in this catalog can be modiﬁed to ﬁt the size and shape of your cabinet doors or windows. Your house isn’t truly ﬁnished until you own real stained glass designed & built especially for you. GLASS HAUNT - ILLINOIS PRAIRIE SERIES 12 Prairie stained glass designs were featured exclusively in Frank Lloyd Wright homes and are still as popular today working very well with both the modern and the older home. Perfect for kitchen and bathroom cabinets or closet and pocket doors.
W hat Is the 32mm Cabinet System? Following World War II, Europe had to face the mass number of houses that had been destroyed. Because solid lumber was not abundantly available, European engineers devised an integrated system of hardware, materials, and machinery to use the particleboard sheets that were available. The result of their innovation has come to be known as the European cabinet system, or 32mm cabinet system. This new system more than modified former systems. It represented a new direction in philosophy, hardware, fasten- Although the European style of cabinetmaking has long been adopted by American manufacturers, it has not been taught, by and large, in U.S. woodworking classes. ers, materials, joinery, and construction techniques. The European system maximized the efficient use of materials, time, equipment, and labor in producing residential and commercial cabinets that were both functional and attractive. As a result of the 32mm system, Europe’s cabinet industry could manufacture thousands of well-built cabinets that met universal specifications (Levine, 1988). Several fundamental differences separate European-style cabinets from traditional American cabinets. The Europeanstyle cabinet has no face frame and is often referred to as “frame-less.” The box is generally constructed of 5/8"- or 3/4"thick melamine-coated particleboard joined by butt joints and Confirmat screws (Fig. 1). The particleboard’s exposed edges are generally edged-banded with wood or plastic (Photo 1). The toe kick is usually a separate frame, built independent of the cabinet and joined to the cabinet during installation. European-style door hinges are adjustable on three axes, which makes door alignment very simple and quick. The most fundamental difference, and from where the term “32mm system” derives, is the fact that European cabinet design and construction is based on a grid of 5mm holes drilled on 32mm centers. A line boring machine drills these holes (Photo 2), drilling several holes at once .
The Art of A beautiful kitchen... begins with beautiful cabinet doors. Cal Door creates exquisite doors through excellence in craftsmanship, reﬁned quality, and pinpoint attention to detail, giving you beauty...that endures. We combine the skill of Old-World craftsmanship with the latest state-of-the-art technology and the highest grade materials to ensure that each door is as perfect and stunning as the last. Whether your design is traditional, custom or curved, you’ll ﬁnd exactly what you’re looking for from an endless variety of styles and designs in doors and drawers... the art of Cal Door. Traditional... Custom... Curved! Napa (AM-1) Lg. R-Panel Cherry & Paint Grade w/ R-3 Edge Cal Door Introduces The Artisan Collection...Custom Carved Doors Signatured by C al Door is proud to introduce their exciting new line of doors, The Artisan Collection. This stunning new collection features custom carved doors engraved by the premier wood carving leaders, Enkeboll Designs. Choose from three elegant designs, Grape, Shell, or Oak Leaf,which are skillfully carved into the doors. Unlike common plant-ons or carved appliqués, each design is individually custom carved into the corners of the stiles and rails and/or the corners of the panels. This one-of-a-kind product adds a rich elegance to any kitchen with a feeling of Old World styling never before offered. Rochester L-Panel Cherry
Whether your kitchen is the perpetually busy hub of your home, the occasional stage for enjoyable entertaining, or simply a place for preparing the family meals, count on WOLF Classic Cabinets to add the style you want and the functionality you need. Our cabinets are meticulously handcrafted right here in the United States from solid American Maple and premium plywoods. Available looks range from rich, deep-glazed stains to unadorned, traditional Shaker. Choose from our array of premium-quality drawer components, and the result is a classic kitchen you’re sure to love for years to come. Design your own classic kitchen. It all starts with WOLF Classic Cabinets. If you’ve been looking for the ultimate in classic all-wood cabinetry, your search is finally over. With a mitered pillow design and luxurious paint and stain/glaze finishes, our Hudson cabinets offer both Hudson features: timeless beauty and elegant styling. These are •Solid maple doors and drawer fronts cabinets your guests will ooh and ahh over and you’ll •Full ½” plywood side and back panels •¾” solid wood corner blocks •¾” bull nosed adjustable plywood shelves •Dovetail drawer construction •Full-extension under mount drawer glides •Hidden, six-way adjustable hinges with soft-close mechanism •Plywood hanging rails top and bottom never grow tired of. Heritage Brown with Chocolate Glaze
To assure best range; A: Keep both antennas VERTICAL. B: Keeps the PIR Transmitter antenna away from trees and metal objects (at least 3”). C: Locate the Receiver near a window with the clearest possible sight of the PIR Transmitter. The less number of objects between the devices, the longer the range. I cannot hear the receiver when it signals The receiver is not made to be overly loud. If you need to have a louder signal, the receiver has a relay for attaching accessories, such as bells, buzzers, or lights. The relay is a switch that has no power of it's own, but can handle up-to 120 volts at 10 amps through it. The relay is essentially an automatic switch and has no power of its own. The transmitter is picking up people, but not cars For best results, when detecting cars, adjust the sensor to look at a 45-60 degree angle, have it about the height of the car’s hot motor, and set it back far enough so the cars don’t pass within five feet. It can help top have it looking at the back of the car, after driving past the sensor, to see the car’s hot exhaust. ...