Steel Needs To Go Through Several Processes

Posted on: 23 January 2018
Steel is in just about everything around you. Even new cars with lighter bodies still need to have a steel chassis for strength and stability. That steel has to go through several processes before it can end up in the car that you drive down the road.  Steel The first part of the process is actually making the steel. Steel isn't one metal; it's an alloy. An alloy means that it is a material that is made up of a mixture of metals.
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Run A Machine Shop? 4 Tips To Help Ensure Safety In The Workplace

Posted on: 14 December 2017
If you run a warehouse, and your employees provide CNC machining services, safety should be your main concern. Any work that involves machinery can be dangerous, even fatal, especially if the work environment isn't geared towards safety first. To ensure that you're running a safe work environment for your employees, here are four safety tips that you should follow. Give Your Employees Proper Training When it comes to running a safe work environment, proper training is essential.
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Did You Hear That? Why Evaluating Harmonics Can Make Or Literally Break Your Project

Posted on: 25 November 2017
Any engineering project has to be inspected thoroughly for flaws that could make it break down or harm people or the environment in some way. This includes evaluating all of the parts and the operation for harmonics, including resonant frequency. Ignoring harmonics or checking out only one form of resonance means that your project could end up failing spectacularly. This is one area where you should not skimp because harmonics, especially if you have a harmonic that matches the item's resonant frequency, can cause your project to literally break.
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4 Reasons To Choose Thinner Film Cores When Manufacturing

Posted on: 16 October 2017
If you manufacture plastic or other products that are put on a film core, you may want to look into buying thinner film cores to use. In many cases, you can put the same amount of product on a thinner film core. In these situations, opting for the thinner film core can be a good idea for a few reasons, such as: 1. Reduce Costs In general, thinner film cores are often less expensive than thicker film cores.
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