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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.

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Go With The Tow: Choosing The Best Sheet Metals For Making Enclosed Motorcycle Trailers
21 July 2017

Owning a motorcycle sets you apart from most other

Around The Bend: Why Induction Bending Is The Best Choice For Bending Copper Plumbing Pipes
19 July 2017

Copper is a truly remarkable metal with a number o

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Go With The Tow: Choosing The Best Sheet Metals For Making Enclosed Motorcycle Trailers

Owning a motorcycle sets you apart from most other drivers on the road, but while these machines can be a thrilling experience to ride, many become a distinctly uncomfortable vehicle over long journeys. Consequently, many motorcycle owners tow their motorcycles behind their regular vehicles in enclosed trailers when moving over long distances, and these trailers are great for ensuring your prized ride turns up at its destination in one piece. Read More 

Around The Bend: Why Induction Bending Is The Best Choice For Bending Copper Plumbing Pipes

Copper is a truly remarkable metal with a number of unique properties that make it perfect for use in plumbing. As such, copper piping is a common sight in a wide variety of residential, commercial and industrial buildings. However, one of copper's unusual characteristics can also present some drawbacks. Unlike most metals used for piping, copper is quite malleable, and thinner sheets and pipes can be easily bent by hand. Paradoxically, this actually makes bending copper piping to precise angles and curves more difficult, as its softness means it can easily become distorted and kinked during the bending process. Read More