Factors to Consider When Shopping for a Welder

Posted on: 19 June 2017

Some hobbyists may end up buying a welder that is ill-suited to their needs because they didn't know the factors that influence a buying decision as they compared different welders. This article discusses some of the considerations that one should have in mind when selecting a welder. Use this information to buy the welding machine that is the most appropriate for your needs. Your Skill Level The different types of welders, such as stick welders and TIG welders, require different levels of welding skills in order to produce satisfactory results.
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Ways to Use a Second Hand Shipping Container for Storage and Prepping

Posted on: 19 June 2017

If you or your family are into emergency preparedness and prepping, then you may be looking at ways to store items or to give you a backup if you need shelter. You may already know that second hand shipping containers are the ideal way to give an alternative to shelter. What you may not know is they have several other uses for preppers and sustainable living homes around the world. Here are a few of those uses and how they can benefit your prepping endeavors.
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The Pros and Cons of Amorphous Thermoplastics

Posted on: 19 June 2017

You may be wondering what amorphous thermoplastics are as you search for the best engineering plastics to use in your application. This article discusses some of the pros and cons of amorphous thermoplastics, such as ABS and nylon. Use this information to make an informed decision about the suitability of this type of engineering plastics for your needs. The Pros Transparency. Amorphous thermoplastics are usually transparent. This makes them a good fit for applications where visibility is needed.
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Strategies That Can Be Deployed by Employers to Effectively Control Electric Motor Vibration Risk

Posted on: 18 June 2017

Electric vibrating motors are used for large industrial applications, such as conveyors, hoppers, feeders and compacting tables, as well as small applications like handheld medical tools. Regardless of the widespread use of these vibratory motors, it cannot be ignored that they may result in serious health issues for employees that face high levels of vibrations on a constant basis. Fortunately, there are a number of steps that employers can take to effectively protect their workers against the long-term health issues that may be caused by consistent exposure to strong vibrations.
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