Using Tools to Get the Job Done
If you want to be sure that you are able to eat healthy and give yourself the best nutrition possible, it pays to invest in some heavy-duty storage bins that allow you to store this fresh food. These bulk bins will preserve your food and serve you with a number of advantages. Because of this, you should read about the bulk-bin benefits in this article, and then purchase some of these stackable storage begins to begin building your food supply. Read More»
For homeowners using well water, one common problem is limited water pressure. Sometimes, homeowners accept it as simply the nature of having well water, and then they limit their water usage to one fixture at a time in an effort to regulate their water pressure. But in fact, you shouldn’t need to limit your water usage, even on well water. Here are some things you should check to determine and address the source of your low water pressure. Read More»
Before you purchase the steel materials for your next construction project, it is vital that you know if cold rolled or hot rolled steel will work the best to meet the needs of your specific project.
Here is some information for you about each type of steel and its respective advantages and disadvantages:
Hot Rolled Steel Basics
Hot rolled steel is milled by heating steel to above its recrystallization temperature. This allows the steel to be easily formed and shaped into sheeting and individual parts. Read More»
Alloy 20 pipes and flanges are used in many industrial settings because they are strong and highly resistant to acid. They are also resistant to something else: welding. The combination of chromium, nickel and stainless steel in alloy 20 pipes and flanges makes them notoriously difficult to weld. Pieces can be bonded together with gas tungsten arc (GTA) welding, though. Here are two tips for making welding alloy 20 pipes and flanges together a little easier. Read More»
Machine milling jobs are much more complicated than running material through a machine. It involves many factors and quite a bit of math. So it shouldn’t be much of a surprise to know they also use complicated jargon. Speeds, feeds, and depth of cut are three terms you should understand if you are supervising machinists.
Speed. Speed is usually the first property that machinists consider before cutting. There are two types of speeds on a bit. Read More»