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Heavy Gauge Stamping Quality Control Concerns

Whether you need a new, custom component for a prototype or a large stock of replacement parts, heavy gauge stamping produces everything from gears to sockets to fittings needed to keep industry and engineering at top shape. Unfortunately, it's harder to find the flaws in a produced piece of stamp-work in a new shipment and more likely that the failure will happen at high revolutions in an expensive failure. To avoid severe problems from failing equipment and to at least give your team some warning before wear and tear reaches its limit, consider a few quality control requirements across the heavy gauge stamping industry.   Read More...

Give Your Office A Makeover In Three Easy Steps

Although offices need to be functional, that doesn't mean that they can't also be exciting. When you host video presentations in front of your staff, you want them to stay interested and engaged the entire way through. If you're still using an old projector or spend an excessive amount time trying to get your laptop connected to your company's A/V system, know that there's a much better way to get things done.   Read More...

Going Green At A House Flip Demolition

Ever watch those house flipping episodes as they completely gut a home with sledge hammers, then fill giant waste containers with the demolition waste? It can be both fascinating and horrifying when you consider how much the landfill will increase by the time the home is sold. If you are flipping a home but want to do it without throwing everything away, consider going green. You can salvage a large portion of what others consider rubbish by reusing or recycling it.   Read More...

Buying A Used Crane? Use This Checklist To Ensure You Make An Educated Purchase

Investing in a crane is probably going to be one of the biggest expenses you ever face as a construction business owner. For most, it is illogical to go out and invest in a brand new crane, which often means they will first invest in a used crane that will serve their business for several years. However, buying a piece of equipment this large should never be a business move that is taken lightly.   Read More...

Does Your Company Do CNC Milling Operations? Why You Should Hire A CNC Machine Shop

If your company currently does CNC milling operations, you may want to consider hiring a CNC machine shop to do a lot of or all of this work for you. Below is some more information about this so you can determine if hiring a CNC machine shop would be right for you. Saves You Money Even though you will have to pay a CNC machine shop to do your milling operations for you, you will save money in the long run.   Read More...