Making Everything Count When Making Anything

Hi there, my name is Angela Baker. I've always been interested in all sorts of topics, one of them being manufacturing and how to make more with less. New manufacturing techniques are always being developed that allow for products to be created with the fewest resources possible. This is something that has always fascinated me and I have spent a lot of time researching these new techniques. But I always like to feel like I'm doing something constructive, so I decided to start writing blog posts based on the exciting things I have discovered about lean manufacturing and many other topics.

Making Everything Count When Making Anything

3 Great Tips To Remember When Purchasing Heat Shrink Tubing For The First Time

7 November 2018
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Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you deal with electrical wires on a regular basis, then you may need to invest in some heat shrink tubing. It's used to protect wires from damage. Buying it for the first time can go your way if you remember these tips.  Ensure Your Tubing Meets Regulatory Standards Before you start applying this tubing around electrical wiring, you first need to make sure you select the right type of heat shrink tubing materials.
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3 Products Made Possible With Metal Stamping

1 October 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Metal serves as one of the most common raw materials for a wide range of manufacturing companies. The versatility of sheet metal has helped to propel this material to popularity. Sheet metal can easily be manipulated and formed using a variety of manufacturing techniques. Metal stamping from a place like Hub Manufacturing & Metal Stamping is one of the techniques that plays a critical role in many industries. Learn more about how metal stamping helps make common household products widely available to the public.
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3 Things That Should Be Overlooked When Building A New Shed In The Backyard

26 August 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Building a shed in the yard is an excellent way to create additional safe storage space for your tools and accessories. Here are a few things that you shouldn't overlooked when planning the new shed you will be building: Windows and Screens You may not think that your shed will need windows if you only plan to store things and don't plan to actually spend time inside of it. But over time, the things being stored inside your shed could start to break down or even malfunction due to mold and moisture buildup.
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Do You Build Custom Machines And Have Customers That Want Powder Coating? What To Know Now

23 July 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you build machinery and you have customers that want all their machines to be powder coated instead of painted with a traditional brush or roller, you have to find a service provider. You don't want to be the only machine building company that isn't with the latest options for your machines, and you want your machines to look great when they leave your floor. It's also important to keep your customers happy, so if they want powder coating you have to deliver.
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Why You Should Invest In Water Treatment Services For Your Factory

5 June 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

When you think of water treatment services, you may imagine that they are almost strictly for the residential and commercial sectors. People who live in houses and who spend long hours at their places of business need clean water to drink, so it makes sense for the owners of these facilities to invest in water treatment services. However, if you own a factory where there are long assembly lines and lots of heavy machinery it may not seem like water filtration is a necessity.
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Making Everything Count When Making Anything

Hi there, my name is Angela Baker. I've always been interested in all sorts of topics, one of them being manufacturing and how to make more with less. New manufacturing techniques are always being developed that allow for products to be created with the fewest resources possible. This is something that has always fascinated me and I have spent a lot of time researching these new techniques. But I always like to feel like I'm doing something constructive, so I decided to start writing blog posts based on the exciting things I have discovered about lean manufacturing and many other topics.

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