Scoring the Manufacturing of Goal Posts

Who would have known that a couple of posts and a crossbar would represent so much emotional and financial value? Goal posts have evolved from being irrelevant parts of the field into becoming the central focus of attention in the sport. Goal posts have indeed come a long way. With thousands of football fields in the country, manufacturing processes for goal posts have come under pressure to be more efficient, innovative and affordable to a wider variety of customers. Read More 

Why You Should Select Brass for Your Manufacturing Processes

Are you wondering about what copper-based alloy you should select for making ornamental products at your manufacturing plant? Read on and discover why you should select brass instead of other alloys. Hygiene Your products are likely to be popular among your clients due to the ability of brass to inhibit the growth of microorganisms on the surface of the ornaments. The high copper content in brass causes this material to have anti-microbial properties. Read More 

Benefits to Using Powder Coating on Outdoor Metal Furniture

Outdoor metal furniture is a common option for many homeowners who want to enjoy their backyards or entertain during various seasons. When the furniture is first purchased, it will likely have a paint of some sort on the finish of the metal. This paint will need to be updated at some point due to weather exposure. When the time comes to upgrade the paint, you may want to consider a powder coating. Read More 

5 Attributes of Feeds and Speeds Calculators for CNC Routers

Are you a hobbyist who would likes to cut aluminium using a CNC router? Read on and discover some of the attributes you should look for as you compare feeds and speeds calculators that will help you to tweak the CNC router cutting parameters for working with aluminium. Minimum RPM Threshold Aluminium has a tendency to stick to the cutting tool. This can shorten the life of your CNC router due to the intense heat trapped within those chips that have welded themselves onto your tool. Read More 

Two reasons that manufacturers use injection moulding to produce products

Injection moulding is a process which involves using a mould to turn melted plastic into a specific shape. Granulated plastic is fed into an injection moulding machine, where it is then heated up until it starts to melt. A syringe-like component then injects this melted plastic into the machine's mould chamber, where it is left to cool and harden. When this cooling process is complete, the chamber is opened and the finished, newly-shaped piece of plastic is removed. Read More