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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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Welding Problems Can Stem From Bad Materials, Equipment, and Judgement
15 October 2021

Structural steel welding has to be strong bec

Sheet Metal Fabrication: 5 Tips to Help Optimise Your Design
24 August 2021

When handling the design aspect of your sheet meta

3 Reasons Why Powder Coating Is The Best Finish to Use After Metal Fabrication
8 June 2021

Powder coating is one of the best ways to finish m

Common Questions About New Commercial Kitchens Refrigerators
7 April 2021

Venturing into the food and beverage industry by l

Trench Rammer Technology: What to Know
8 December 2020

A trench rammer is a specialized machine used for


Heavy Duty Aluminium Trays - A Choice You Won’t Regret

Ute trays are installed at the back of ute trucks for the purpose of transporting goods and also simply for recreation purposes such as a weekend away camping.  Ute trays are available in stainless steel, steel and aluminium, these are located at the back of a ute chassis. Most retailers of ute trays will have three classes available: standard, premium and custom. Additionally, you will also get extras including hardware and toolboxes. Read More 

Construction Cabling Questions: Do You Need to Use Thermal Backfill?

Laying cables on your construction project doesn't just involve digging trenches, putting the cables down and then filling the trenches in again. The materials you use for the fill are also important. In some cases, you may need to use a specialist thermal backfill rather than a standard material. Why are thermal backfills used on some cabling jobs and do you need to use it on yours? When Are Thermal Backfills Used? Read More 

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