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Avoid These Laser Cutting Mistakes

Posted by on May 17, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Avoid These Laser Cutting Mistakes

Lasers can make it much easier to cut and engrave various surfaces. However, for those who are working with laser cutting for the first time, there are many common mistakes that can cause the project to fail or that can lead to an injury. Not Cutting Acrylics With A Refrigerated System Do not cut acrylics without using a refrigerated air system. It is too difficult to cut the acrylic without damaging the system. While the air system will cost several thousand dollars more, it is worth it. Not Scaling Your Drawing You will always need to scale...

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Building A Custom Aquarium: 3 Things You Should Double Check Before Signing Off On The Plans

Posted by on May 3, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Building A Custom Aquarium: 3 Things You Should Double Check Before Signing Off On The Plans

Hobby aquarists love to build tanks from the ground up. There’s nothing more challenging than sealing the acrylic, running the plumbing, and establishing a tiny ecosystem in which all sorts of marine species can thrive. If you’ve been planning on building a custom aquarium, you no doubt have an idea of how you want the final product to look. However, you may want to double check a few of your decisions before you sign off on the plans and have the acrylic manufactured. Following are just a few things that deserve a second...

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3 Benefits Of Pig’s Tail Wrapping

Posted by on Apr 18, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Benefits Of Pig’s Tail Wrapping

If you want to keep your processing and manufacturing business at its best, you will need to do all that you can to facilitate the flow of energy. When dealing with your hydraulic processes, one of the best ways to handle it is through the protective covering of pig’s tail wrapping. Pig’s tail wrap is a type of bundling that covers your cables and arranges it in a way that gives you flexibility and durability. If you need to add this sort of protective wrapping to any of your hoses, read on to learn more about why this is a great...

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Choosing A Fuel Delivery Company

Posted by on Apr 18, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Choosing A Fuel Delivery Company

When it comes to choosing a fuel delivery company, a good choice is a company that is able to efficiently meet your fuel needs while also offering competitive pricing. If you’re looking for a new delivery company to partner with, here are just some of the factors you want to consider in order to ensure you find a company that can help you accomplish these goals. Fleet Size Should you unexpectedly run out of fuel in the middle of winter, you want fast, or same-day, delivery service to restore heat to your home. Investigate the...

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Metal Roofs For Style And Durability

Posted by on Apr 14, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Metal Roofs For Style And Durability

If you are in need of a new roof, you’re probably looking for something that will last for decades while offering you energy savings and other advantages. A metal roof fulfills all of these criteria, but you may hesitate to consider one because you picture the metal roof as something best used on a barn. In fact, choosing a metal roof can add style to your home while giving you all the other benefits you need. Style Metal roofs did used to come mostly in strip form, giving your home a bit of a machine shed look. Although you can still...

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Should You Switch Your Craft Brewery From Bottles To Cans?

Posted by on Apr 12, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Should You Switch Your Craft Brewery From Bottles To Cans?

Starting production at a small brewery, whether you are making beer or soda, requires working out a few details ahead of time. The most major decision may be between whether you should can or bottle your product. While bottles have long been the standard for craft breweries, cans are an option that shouldn’t be overlooked. The following guide will explain why. Cans or Bottles? Bottles have long been a standard for craft breweries, but cans are another option and there are many good reasons to go with this option: Cans can be more cost...

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