On Friday, August 19, 2016 at 7:35:50 AM UTC-4, Frank wrote:
Certain HOA's have strict weight limits for construction of houses in their
developments. Many people have had to choose between granite counter tops and
wooden doors in order to meet the weight requirements. ;-)
That's because if the house is too heavy the whole development would crash through the earth's crust and create a
giant sink hole that would swallow near by land for miles, right? It would be similar to Guam capsizing like the
dumb-shit Hank Johnson fears may happen.
On Friday, August 19, 2016 at 11:41:49 AM UTC-4, Mr. Man-wai Chang wrote:
That really doesn't seem like an answer to either of my questions.
In any case, to answer *your* question: Yes...carbon fiber be used to
make a strong, durable door frame. So can wood, steel and many other
Depending on what your definition of "better" is?
You would have to find someone to engineer, fabricate and install the door
and frame. I would take a WAG and say it would be 5+ times the price of a
premium door. Do you think the payout is there? I don't. Like DD says
someone slams the door and it toasts the door and person.
On Friday, August 19, 2016 at 3:36:22 PM UTC-4, Tekkie® wrote:
Thank you for the support, but I did not mean to imply that a carbon fiber
door frame would act the same way in the cold as a composite softball bat d
I was merely relaying a story about composite bats in response to the explo
race car comment.
A slammed door would create a totally different set of forces than the sing
point of contact a 40-60 MPH softball creates when hitting a swinging bat.
I can't say whether anything would shatter or not when the door us slammed.
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