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I have always been someone who is interested in manufacturing, but a few years ago I started working harder on learning about the industry. I started visiting as many factories as I could, and before I knew it, I realized that there were a lot of things that I didn't know how to do yet. I started going to workshops and talking with real industry professionals, and it was really eye opening. This blog is all about learning about the people and processes that make all of our greatest inventions, and what you can do to create a better life for yourself.

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Four Crane Services You Didn’t Imagine Before Now

17 January 2018
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Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Crane services can mean just about anything having to do with cranes. There are a wide variety of services for and with cranes. The following sample reveals four of the most common crane services that you should be able to access, no matter where you live and work. Crane Rentals Need a crane, but do not want to buy one? Rent it. This is a very popular option for smaller construction companies on tight budges who do not have that kind of buying power yet.
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Control System Design: George Jetson’s Vs. Homer Simpson’s And Your Preference

8 December 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Industrial control panels come in all shapes and sizes and have all kinds of buttons, gauges, switches, and handles. Take two examples from the cartoon world: George Jetson and Homer Simpson. George's control panel only has a simple button he has to push all day. Homer's has so many gauges, pull handles, and buttons that it is a wonder that the plant has not had a meltdown yet. This is something to consider when your plant needs a few control systems of its own.
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Designing An Electrical System For Your Commercial Space

19 November 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

In order to ensure that your commercial space is equipped to meet your needs, you will need to have access to electricity. Designing an electrical system for a commercial building can be challenging, but there are some simple things you can do to help streamline the process. Here are three tips that you can use when designing your commercial electrical system to ensure the process goes smoothly in the future.
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Learn How To Create A Unique Water Feature In Your Backyard

10 October 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Creating a beautiful water feature in the backyard of your home can greatly increase the value of the house and provide you with a relaxing oasis to enjoy after a long day at work. Large rocks can be piled on top of one another with pipes hidden through them to allow water to cascade down like a waterfall. This is a great way to make a unique water feature and is not overly difficult to do.
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3 Misconceptions About Air Compressors For Construction Sites

26 August 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Compressed air is a necessary part of the construction industry. Compressed air is used to power tools that take on challenges ranging from knocking down walls to breaking up floors. Without the aid of the power tools, construction projects would undoubtedly last longer. Some people have missed out on the many advantages to using compressed air due to misconceptions they have about it and air compressors. To help clear up those misconceptions, here are a few truths about air compressors.
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Choosing Better Manufacturing Practices

I have always been someone who is interested in manufacturing, but a few years ago I started working harder on learning about the industry. I started visiting as many factories as I could, and before I knew it, I realized that there were a lot of things that I didn't know how to do yet. I started going to workshops and talking with real industry professionals, and it was really eye opening. This blog is all about learning about the people and processes that make all of our greatest inventions, and what you can do to create a better life for yourself.

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