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Manufacturing the Goods of Tomorrow

Hello, my name is Eric and this is my industrial and manufacturing blog. So many people seem to sit around using amazing products without stopping to think about where they came from. I know this because I used to be one of those people. However, all that changed when I visited my friend Steve. He is the general manager of a company which produces all kinds of cool goods. Steve invited me to his factory and production plant and I spent a few days there hanging out and learning all kinds of cool stuff. Since then I have been learning all I can about this topic.

Latest Posts

Using Laser Cut Sheet Metal for Interior Design
12 October 2018

Sheet metal manufacturing is a business with many

Two Ways That Industrial Manufacturers Can Prevent Their Finished Products From Being Damaged
18 May 2018

It is extremely important for those who run indust

How to Use Sheet Metal in Your Tiny Home Construction
18 May 2018

One of the advantages of a tiny home is the long-t

Tips for Protecting Your Chickens
23 April 2018

If you have chickens in a rural area and potential

3 Emerging Markets for TPE and TPV Products That Every Thermoplastic Molder Should Know
27 March 2018

The versatility of thermoplastic elastomers (TPE)

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Using Laser Cut Sheet Metal for Interior Design

Sheet metal manufacturing is a business with many areas of expertise. Sheet metal can be used to build vehicles, make sculptures and be used in buildings, to mention a few examples. Sheet metal isn't a material just used for industrial purposes; it's also a material that can be used purely for its aesthetic qualities. Laser cut sheet metal is an interior design choice that looks futuristic and minimalist. If you want to incorporate laser cut metal into the interior of your house, there are many areas where it can be applied. Read More 

Two Ways That Industrial Manufacturers Can Prevent Their Finished Products From Being Damaged

It is extremely important for those who run industrial manufacturing businesses to ensure that the products they make reach their customers in perfect condition, as any damage to these items could have a serious impact on their enterprises' profits and reputation. Here are two ways that manufacturers can prevent their products from sustaining damage when being delivered to their customers. Invest in custom-made boxes The boxes in which a manufacturer's products are placed before being sent off to their customers can play a determining role in whether or not those products arrive at their final destination in one piece. Read More 

How to Use Sheet Metal in Your Tiny Home Construction

One of the advantages of a tiny home is the long-term financial savings and benefits. When you build, or consider building, a tiny home you may be considering the savings on rent or a large mortgage. One of the ways to save even more is to use scrap and used building resources for the tiny home construction. Sheet metal can fall under this category. Here are three ways to use sheet metal in your tiny home construction to help reduce building costs and give your tiny home a finished look. Read More 

Tips for Protecting Your Chickens

If you have chickens in a rural area and potentially even in a city, you need to take steps to protect them from predators, and the right fencing can be essential in this process. Take a look at these tips. Surround the Area With Wire Fencing So that your chickens can feast on grubs, bugs and worms, they need a yard where they can mill around. Ideally, you should surround this area with wire fencing. Read More 

3 Emerging Markets for TPE and TPV Products That Every Thermoplastic Molder Should Know

The versatility of thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) and thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV) has led to their increased use across various industries. Since the versatility comes from the fact that the materials combine the characteristics of plastics and rubber, players in different sectors are reaping the benefits. It might explain why the market for thermoplastics has been growing since 2016, and it is expected to see an incremental growth of 1.83 million metric tons by 2021. Read More