Lineal foot

Lineal foot

A running foot, as distinct from a square foot or a cubic foot.
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In fall 2014, I planted two plots to test the feasibility of using the Earthway, one using my modified seed plate, planting three to four seeds per lineal foot, the other a beet-seed plate with half of the cups taped (about 11 seeds per lineal foot).
2 Technology can help reduce the cost per lineal foot of moulding.
How can I reduce the cost per lineal foot of moulding to remain competitive?
Revolution's precisely-spaced ventilation channels provide 12-square inches of net free vent area per lineal foot to promote the removal of damaging moisture and heat from inside your attic.
Additionally, they have been a more expensive choice when comparing lineal foot to lineal foot of drywall.
In analyzing the data after basis weight reduction, it is no longer pounds of steam/pounds of board that is of interest--it is pounds of steam per lineal foot produced.
thick and weigh 20 to 55 lb per lineal foot. They will require new technologies for materials handling, resin delivery, and wetout of massive stitched fabrics and multilayer fiber preforms.
He once spent $18 to $20 per lineal foot (excluding insulation and excavation costs) on conventlonal 48-inch-deep poured-concrete or concrete-block foundation wall and footings.
(Galvanized strips aren't available off the shelf, but sheet metal shops can easily make them; cost for duplicating the one shown is about $1 per lineal foot.)
Reduce the cost per lineal foot of moulding by using a high cutterhead RPM (10,000), which makes it possible to maintain a high rate of feed and quality surface finish.