High-Speed Control: Modern Machining Techniques Explained

17 May 2017
 Categories: , Blog

Machining techniques have been almost constantly improved practically since the invention of the lathe. For anyone who manufactures components, the need to keep up with the latest technological advances in the industry is nothing short of essential. However, if you are more involved in product design or require only a one-off component to be produced, then it is likely that some of the more modern developments will be unknown to you. Read More 

4 Signs You Should Opt for Rotary Engraving Instead of Laser Engraving for Your Signage

3 May 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you want to have your signs engraved, you're generally going to find yourself choosing between laser engraving and rotary engraving. As you might well imagine, laser engraving uses a focused beam of light to cut into the material. In contrast, a rotary engraver uses a tool spinning at high speed. Since laser engraving is the newer technology, many people assume that it's the superior option. However, there's a lot that rotary engraving can do that laser engraving cannot; here are just four signs that you should go rotary. Read More 

Crawl Space Vapour Barriers And Their Effect On Mould Growth In Your Home

25 April 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Autumn has arrived in Australia and moisture droplets in the air increase during this season thanks to the drizzly rain and fog which hangs around for days on end. One big downside of excess air moisture is the growth of mould and mildew in homes. It is important to ensure the eradication of mould spores. Crawl space vapour barriers are one way you can reduce the amount of mould growth in your home, and now is the perfect time to install them. Read More 

Safety Tips When Cutting Concrete

20 April 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you have a project that requires cutting concrete, whether you are just making smaller saw cuts or cutting through entire slabs of concrete, safety precautions need to be your priority. Not only are you dealing with a material that isn't the easiest thing to cut through, but you are also using saws and sharp blades that can easily harm you or others around you. Here are some safety tips to follow when cutting concrete. Read More 

What A Steel: Are Stainless Steel Benchtops Right For Your Kitchen?

10 April 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Installing a new kitchen or renovating an ageing one can be an arduous endeavour to say the least, and you will have a number of difficult choices to make when it comes to the materials you want to use. Choosing the materials that will make up your new benchtops can be particularly troublesome, with a massive variety of different materials on offer, from traditional granite to more modern materials such as engineered stone and epoxy resin. Read More