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

Three Ice Removal Tips For Homeowners

15 June 2017
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Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Winter icing can be a problem that will be a common issue for homeowners to have to battle on a daily or weekly basis during the winter. While ice removal is a regular chore, there are many people that will overlook some basic steps that will greatly reduce the difficulty of removing ice from your sidewalks and driveways. Use A Shovel To Break Up The Ice Sheets One of the first things that you should do when removing ice from pavement is to break up the sheet of ice.
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Keep Your Forklift In Operable Order And Ensure That Your Employees Use The Machinery In A Safe Manner

13 June 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you are the owner of a small industrial plant and several of your crew members operate a forklift each day while unloading freight and stacking it inside of a warehouse, consider the following tips to assist with keeping the forklift in operable order and providing your employees with materials that are needed to use the machinery in a safe manner.  Recycled Forklift Batteries And Charging Station Purchase a couple reconditioned forklift batteries and place them in an airtight storage bin.
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Opening A Warehouse For Storing Inventory

6 June 2017
 Categories: , Blog

When a business begins to grow, it becomes necessary to invest in a larger amount of inventory to ensure that nothing runs out. If are beginning to run out of space in your business establishment for storing the amount of inventory that you need, it might be time to invest in your own warehouse. The building for the warehouse can be purchased within a budget that you can afford, as buildings are available in large and small sizes.
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How To Keep Industrial Containers Clean

1 June 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Large industrial containers help keep your warehouse and factory organized, but there's one issue with most of these containers that people often don't think about: keeping them clean. Most of these containers have a myriad of ridges and depressions that catch dust easily, making the containers look rather worn no matter how new or old they are. While a little dust in a warehouse situation might seem like the least of your worries, it can build and contribute to allergies and a general sense of dissatisfaction from people who have to handle the dirty containers all the time.
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Six Important Indications That You’re In Need Of Professional Engineering Services

25 May 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Hiring professional engineering services when your company or organization needs them is important in avoiding a variety of issues including legal complications and safety hazards. The following are six key indications that you need to contract with an engineering services provider and shouldn't try handling a project independently: No one on your staff has the expertise to handle a technical task. If you don't have an engineer on your staff, you may not have anyone available to you with the expertise to handle a projected building or design project unless you contract with an outside company.
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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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