Having a Better Understanding of Bronze Casting

Casting is a process by which a hot, liquefied material, for example, molten metal, is poured into a designed mould cavity and allowed to cool and harden. When it cools, it takes the form of the mould cavity. The hardened result is removed from the mould and undergoes a finishing process, which may involve polishing, welding, carving, filing, grinding, colouring, etc. What Is Bronze Casting? Bronze casting is when the molten metal used is bronze. Read More 

Two Tips for Preventing Burns When Using Hot Air Welders in Plastic Fabrication Facilities

Hot air welders are used in many plastic fabrication facilities to adhere one piece of plastic to another. Burns are the most common type of injury that people sustain as a result of using this equipment; this is because a hot air welder needs to produce a lot of heat in order to join the plastic components together. Here are some precautions that should be taken to prevent burns when using this equipment in a plastic processing facility. Read More 

Common Welding Techniques Used By Steel Fabricators

Welding is one of the most frequently used ways of attaching sections of metal together and is a tried-and-tested method for steel fabrication projects of all kinds. Although you might think that steel fabricators always use the same welding techniques in their work, the truth is that most alter their approaches. Essentially, all welding relies upon heat to make two sections of steel come together in a way that creates a hard bond between them. Read More 

Why Your Business Signs Matter

Signs are everywhere, but people rarely notice them. As you walk around your business, you know where you are going. You know which is the director's office, where the boardroom is, and which doors lead to the toilets. If you know where you are headed, you tend not to look at the signs on the doors, but a visitor or a new employee needs those signs. They need to know which doors to open to get where they are going. Read More 

4 Types of Powder Coating: A Guide

Using powdered coatings are widely used in the processing and manufacturing industry in order to apply a finish to metal surfaces. Because a powder coating doesn't contain any organic compounds or solvents, they create a durable finish which is ideal for equipment which will be used in industrial settings. Below is a helpful guide to the different types of powdered coating which are suitable for use during the manufacturing process.  Read More