3 Things To Consider When Buying A New Garage Door

Posted by on Jul 28, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

Buying or replacing a new overhead garage door can be a daunting task. It’s not the first thing most first-time home buyers think about when purchasing a home; but a good garage door can add a polished look to your overall curb appeal, as well as add that extra value to your home. Here are three things to think about when looking to buy a new overhead garage door: 1. Style There are several different exterior style options to consider when buying a new garage door. Today’s most popular design is the Traditional Garage Door....

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Two Supplies That Will Make Any Ruffled Sewing Project Easier

Posted by on Jul 24, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

Ruffling fabric can be very time intensive if you have to ruffle fabric manually. In order to save time and enjoy sewing more, use these two supplies for your next ruffled sewing project. Ruffling Foot One of the best things you can invest in is a ruffling foot for your sewing machine. Most sewing machines have standard sewing feet, but you can detach them and replace them. Buy a ruffler foot that is made specifically for your brand of sewing machine. First, attach your ruffling foot as directed in your machine’s guide. Ruffling with...

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Copper Gaskets & The Automobile Enthusiast

Posted by on Jul 22, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

If you are an automobile enthusiast or hobbyist, you might want to consider a custom made copper head gasket. Gaskets are designed to prevent leakage at the joining of surfaces, which are involved in the movement of fluids and gases. Copper gaskets are often preferred for joining surfaces that are exposed to high temperatures and pressure. The head gasket in your engine is one example of such. Because of the precise nature of the shapes and dimensions of these gaskets (and the parts they work with), it may be necessary to employ a...

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Three How A Geotechnical Engineer Can Help When You’re Purchasing Land

Posted by on Jul 21, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

Purchasing land is a major investment that is most often undertaken with a particular objective in mind.  Whether your aim is to build a skyscraper, a new home or even plant a garden, you may not have accounted for the importance of proper earth and soil conditions.  The soil and earth on your plot of land must be of a specific quality in order for different structures to be placed on it.  A geotechnical engineer is a skilled professional who can perform the procedures necessary to determine whether or not the land you intend...

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Choose Composite Wood When You’re Ready To Install Your New Deck

Posted by on Jul 17, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

If you’re going to build a deck for your family to enjoy the outdoors, you should consider using composite wood to build it. Composite wood is made by mixing scrap wood with plastic trash such as milk jugs and plastic grocery bags. When it is manufactured, dye pigments are added along with chemicals for UV protection that prevent fading. Also, designs are cut or embossed into the planks so they resemble traditional wood. Composite wood has many advantages over traditional wood when it comes to building a deck. Here are some of them. No...

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Industrial Safety Switches: Why You Need Them

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

Industrial equipment can sometimes be dangerous and unpredictable. All it takes is one small mistake or oversight for a serious or even deadly accident or injury to occur. In order to protect yourself and your workers, make sure all of your equipment has high quality, well-functioning safety switches installed. These switches perform many important functions and are an absolute necessity for any industrial workplace. Turn Off Power Instantly Safety switches have many important functions, but perhaps the most important is their ability to...

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Three Advantages Of Purchasing Your Metal Products Directly From The Distributor

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

If you are constructing a residential or commercial facility, it is important that you have access to the metal products that you need.  The foundation of most commercial buildings is built almost completely out of steel and other metal materials, and residential consumers are beginning to incorporate steel into their homes because of the strength and durability that it represents.  While you can certainly visit a local home supply store or other vendor to obtain your metal products, you may be able to benefit more by purchasing...

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Choosing The Right Interior Doors For Your Business

Posted by on Jun 27, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

When you want to upgrade the interior doors of your business, it is best to look into the different ones. Understanding the different materials, styles and features can help you pick the right doors for your company’s building. Doors with Glass Panels When multiple employees will be using the same doors, you want them to be able to see through a portion of it. Glass panels allow them to see people on the opposite side of the door. These panels can help reduce the chance that the door will hit someone when they are opened. Small glass...

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An Overview Of The Three Basic Types Of Air Compressors

Posted by on Jun 26, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

An air compressor is an important piece of equipment with a multitude of different uses. But while most people possess at least a general understanding of the functioning and use of an air compressor, many fail to grasp the range of different varieties commonly available. This article will help you understand more about this technology by introducing the three most basic types of air compressor. Reciprocating Air Compressors Reciprocating air compressors belong to a category of air compressors known as positive displacement compressors. This...

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Industrial Careers For Detail Oriented Individuals

Posted by on Jun 25, 2014 in Blog, Industrial & Manufacturing | 0 comments

People who are very focused on details and like working in the industrial field may have a hard time deciding what position to work in. Since not every industry requires precision and focus, it’s time to take a look at some area where precision and focus are not only preferred, but required. Machine Maunfacturing When you create machines from a design, attention to detail is a must. You need to be able to read blueprints and understand all of the elements of the design before you can incorporate them into the building process. Each...

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