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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

3 questions to ask before you buy molasses tanks
9 January 2018

Whether you are just looking to store molasse

Custom Metal Fabrication: Three Considerations for Choosing Your Finishing Process
28 December 2017

Selecting the right finishing process for your cus

A look at the stainless manufacturing process
13 December 2017

Stainless manufacturing is a commonly used process

Submersible Bore Pump Versus a Jet Pump: Which Is Right for Your Well?
27 November 2017

If you are putting a well near your home, you have

What Properties Make Perspex Acrylic Sheets the Perfect Modern Alternative to Regular Glass?
10 November 2017

There is an almost endless range of industrial app

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3 questions to ask before you buy molasses tanks

Whether you are just looking to store molasses, other high density liquids, or use it for multi purpose storage depending on the season and farming cycle, molasses tanks are a staple of the Australian rural landscape and farms across the country. Known for generally having a high build quality, tough materials to withstand the Australian climate and large capacities, molasses tanks can be put to work in a huge manner of ways across your property. Read More 

Custom Metal Fabrication: Three Considerations for Choosing Your Finishing Process

Selecting the right finishing process for your custom metal products can make a difference in your business sales. In simple terms, the chosen finishing will determine the appeal of the product to the potential buyers. Furthermore, the right option can mean a longer service life for your custom items. This aspect can increase the credibility and popularity of your brand. Unfortunately, choosing the perfect finishing technique can be a difficult process. Read More 

A look at the stainless manufacturing process

Stainless manufacturing is a commonly used process for developing items that don't easily stain and are thus durable and dependable for many different functions. Stainless manufacturing often involves steel products that are used across multiple industries.  It is important to understand what the manufacturing process involves so you can gain helpful insights into the industry as a whole. The process involves five key steps: The melting and casting stage Read More 

Submersible Bore Pump Versus a Jet Pump: Which Is Right for Your Well?

If you are putting a well near your home, you have to choose the right pump. Two of the main options are submersible bore pumps and water jet pumps. To help you decide between these two options, here are some ideas you need to consider: Position If you want the pump to be located on the ground level of your home, in the basement or in any other location that is above the base of the well, you need a jet pump. Read More 

What Properties Make Perspex Acrylic Sheets the Perfect Modern Alternative to Regular Glass?

There is an almost endless range of industrial applications for Perspex, from regular windows to skylights, boats to fish tanks, furniture to fashion, signage to displays, etc. Perspex is the trademarked name for a wide range of acrylic products (acrylic sheets) available on the market today. Perspex acrylic sheets have gained widespread popularity across the world largely due to their ability replace regular glass. But what are the specific properties of Perspex acrylic sheets that make them a perfect alternative to regular glass? Read More