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

Opening An Aircraft Repair Business? Your New Hangars Should Feature This Safety Equipment

22 April 2018
 Categories:
Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Before opening your aircraft repair business, it's important to make sure that your hangar is outfitted with important safety equipment. Without safety equipment in place, you're putting your employees and your clients' aircraft at risk. Following are a few pieces of aviation safety equipment you can't afford to overlooked when outfitting your hangar: Anti-Slip Tool Mats When you and your staff are working on an aircraft, you aren't going to want to keep putting tools back and getting new ones out every time you start a new task.
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Questions And Answers About Soil Grouting

19 March 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

The condition of the soil on your property is a major factor for a number of reasons. Unfortunately, if your soil is loose or otherwise unstable, it could create serious problems. To this end, soil grouting can be an effective way of stabilizing the soil so that the worst of these issues can be avoided. What Does Soil Grouting Do? Soil grouting is effective at stabilizing the soil as it will involve the injection of a special material into the ground.
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3 Important MSHA Training Programs For Miners

20 February 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Miners are some of the hardiest and bravest individuals on the planet. They often work in extreme environments, where one wrong move could result in a severe accident. That's what makes it so important to go through the following training courses as a miner, ever before you step foot on the work site. Part 50 Training Program  No matter what safety precautions are taken on a mining site, accidents are bound to happen.
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Tips For First-Time CNC Machine Owners

22 January 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you're new to caring for and using a CNC milling machine, there are a few things that you should know. Understanding the proper use and care will help you to not only get the longest possible life out of the machine, but also to get good quality cuts and a smooth finish on the edges. Here are a couple of things to keep in mind as you start learning your way around the machine.
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3 Keys for Getting a Land Survey

14 December 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

When you need to make sure that you're able to find a land surveyor, you'll need to contact a few near you. The more of these professionals that you turn to, the easier it'll be for you to get assistance for any kind of survey that you need. Follow the strategies in this article so that you're able to touch base with pros that can help you out.  #1: Look for a land surveyor contractor and know how a survey can be useful to you
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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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