2019

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Creating A Safer Work Environment

After I started becoming more and more interested in manufacturing, I realized that there was a real problem with the safety of a few big factories in the area. In addition to not using some of the most top-of-the-line safety features, the factories also had a pretty unimpressive track record as far as safety went, which is why I started thinking more seriously about becoming a manufacturing safety enthusiast. I started a few campaigns to strengthen things, and some of them actually made a palpable difference. This blog is all about creating a safer work environment for your employees and friends.

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3 Reasons To Purchase An Entire Hydraulic Seal Assembly Vs. Separate Seals

18 September 2019
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When it's time to purchase new hydraulic seals, you could be planning on purchasing the seals themselves without buying additional parts. However, depending on the type of seals that you are purchasing, you may want to think about buying the entire hydraulic seal assembly, which includes other parts as well. One example is if you're purchasing piston seals. You can purchase the seals on their own, or you can purchase the entire piston assembly at one time. Read More …

Different Types Of Industrial Scrap Metal And What They’re Worth

5 June 2019
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Industrial scrap metal is produced by the ton every month. Given this tantalizing tidbit, you might be wondering how to sell scrap metal from your plant, and what it might be worth. That all depends on the types of scrap metal. Take a look.  Aluminum Scrap Metal Aluminum is quite common, especially in industries and manufacturing plants. However, because it has a number of useful applications, it does place it in demand. Read More …

Bump And Grind, The Milling Way: How Mechanical Milling Works

15 February 2019
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Mechanical milling is a modern marvel. It used to be that if you wanted anything ground or pulverized, you had to lay it on top of a horizontal, circular stone, and then a mule or other beast of burden would walk in a circle pulling a vertical circular stone over the top of the horizontal one. Anything left on the horizontal stone was instantly crushed and ground by the movement of the vertical stone over the top of it. Read More …