3 Quick Ways To Create Moldings And Castings For Prototypes

If you are planning on building a prototype, quickly and accurately making parts can be difficult. This time-consuming process can be sped up using a variety of different methods. If you have metal parts that you want to create, aluminum casting can be a great solution. For lightweight plastics, you may want to consider investing in a 3D printer and machined parts can be accurately made with a CNC machine. Here are some of the quick methods that you may want to consider to create molds and models of your prototype parts: Read More 

Moving Products Effectively And Safely On The Job: Conveyors Get The Job Done

When you work with heavy products or need to move large loads, carrying items back and forth simply isn't an effective use of your time. Instead of wasting manpower on moving items with a forklift or having to have workers manually unload and move items into a store, a conveyor belt can provide a helpful solution.  Why Does a Conveyor Belt Help Work Speed? Instead of workers having to move from one place to another, they can simply load at one end and unload at the other. Read More 

Buying a Home with a Septic Tank? Two Questions You May Have

If you are buying a home that has a septic tank, and you have never used one in the past, it is normal to have questions about how they work. Having a septic tank is quite different from using traditional city sewage system for waste disposal, and it will cause you to think about your water waste in new ways. Here are two questions you may have about using a septic tank. Read More 

Uh-Oh: How To Pump Water Out Of Your Basement

After a major basement flooding, you may have a swimming pool in your basement. While dehumidifiers and wet/dry vacuums can remove some moisture, if your basement is a new great lake, you will only be able to get it dry by pumping the water out. Preparations Do not pump the water out immediately. When water is standing in your yard, it is too soon to pump. Make sure to cut power to your home so you do not have a short circuit. Read More