The Advantages of Perspex Windows Over Ordinary Glass

If your industrial business deals with the manufacture of windows, then the regular supplies you may elect to use are annealed or laminated glass. But if you want an edge over your competition, you should consider branching out and including perspex into your industrial and manufacturing supplies. Perspex, also known as plexiglass, is just as transparent as glass. Thus, it works well in windows applications and offers a host of advantages that your clients will not enjoy from traditional glass. [Read More]

Which Manufacturing Company Should You Choose?

Do you need metal fabrication services for your latest product? One of the most popular metals for manufacturing purposes is stainless steel. Stainless manufacturing is a great way to create versatile products for a range of industry sectors, yet few companies find it economically viable to invest in their own fabrication workshops. Unless you create a large number of products with a nonstop manufacturing line, it is more sensible to outsource your production facilities to a contract manufacturer. [Read More]

How to Use Thermal Resistivity Testing Before You Sink Your Cables

If you want to develop an area for a new residential or commercial project, you need to investigate the suitability of the terrain and, specifically, the soil. This will help you determine whether you can install underground transmission cables or pipelines to help service your development within the existing soil or if you may have to modify the material for the purpose. To help you answer these questions, you should commission soil thermal resistivity testing. [Read More]

Three reasons to use a commercial laser cutting machine

In a fast-paced, competitive business environment the most efficient way to manufacture your products is to use commercial laser cutting. It may be romantic to harbour dreams of a skilled craftsman carefully shaping each product using hand tools but in the modern world manual techniques are slow and error-prone, they simply do not allow you to compete on price with similar mass-produced products. Here are three reasons why you should use commercial laser cutting for your next production run. [Read More]