Have A CNC Machine That Is Hot Or Has Burning Odors? What To Do

18 October 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If there is a lot of heat coming out of your CNC machine, or you have employees complaining that they smell odors of burning and think that the unit may be a fire hazard, you want to shut down the machine and look at it. There are some minor things that you may be able to fix on your own, and others that you may need more help with. Here are a few of the things that you want to do to make sure that someone doesn't get hurt, or that the machine or the property isn't at risk. Read More …


A Few Tips Creating A Room Fit For A Medieval Knight

15 September 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

When you have a son who is into the renaissance, you may have bought a few mythical dragon statues to decorate. However, if he is pushing for more, wanting to have a "knight's room," you may be wondering how to make it happen for him. Here are some things you can do that will make him happy and could be a fun project for the two of you to work on together. Read More …

Dealing With Waste On The Worksite: 3 Ways Arranging For Scrap Metal Pick Up Streamlines Your Manufacturing Processes

2 September 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Manufacturing products frequently results in scrap metal that must be addressed. Unfortunately, increasing your company's output also means that you may have found yourself dealing with more waste on the worksite than your crew knows how to handle. Piles of scrap metal are not only an eyesore, but they also waste precious resources that you could be pouring into your manufacturing processes. As you assess your current waste management plan, consider these ways that arranging for scrap metal pick up will benefit your business. Read More …

What Are Rain Chains And How Do You Use Them?

22 August 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

As opposed to a traditional gutter downspout, you can use a rain chain instead. The value in this is the beauty that is created on top of the normal functionality of keeping water away from the home. Here's what you should know about copper rain chains and how to use them: History: Rain chains date back many years to the use of the Japanese. The rain chains would be used on the roofs of homes to collect water in a beautiful way and to make use of that water for the home. Read More …