3D printing, otherwise known as “additive manufacturing,” involves “printing” a solid object using a computer-guided device which extrudes a substrate to form the object.
Sound travels in waves. Imagine that if you could see sound waves–they might look something like ocean waves. Then, visualize those waves or ripples passing by an object, such as a piling standing in the water.
It happens. Fire. Flood. Disaster. Hopefully, you have insurance. And, even if your insurance pays the claim, you still have to select a contents restoration firm to clean restore your personal property?
Ultrasonic waves have many incredible applications across a wide variety of industries, ranging from medical science to manufacturing.
Everyone knows the business mantra encouraging business leaders to “dream big.” But what about small?
Whether you’re a private gun owner or a gun shop owner, cleaning firearms is definitely the most arduous part of dealing with them. Yet a clean gun is necessary for accurate and safe shooting.
No matter how good a company’s products or skilled its employees, if it has leadership problems, then the whole company has problems.
When ultrasonic waves are applied to objects, the objects must be immersed in a liquid bath in order for cavitation bubbles to form.
With the advent of high-speed Internet and tools that make remote connections as easy as possible, many companies have been able to recruit their best talent scattered geographically far and wide.
3D Printing is one of today’s hottest technologies, enabling anyone from engineers to enthusiasts to create intricate plastic models of just about anything that can be designed by a computer.
ROI, or Return on Investment, sounds like a daunting calculation, but it actually isn’t hard to figure out when you’re looking at buying a piece of equipment for your business, such as an ultrasonic cleaner.
Being a manager and meeting yourself coming and going seems like part of the territory.
Like a gadget from Batman’s utility belt, there is an Omegasonics soap for nearly every tough industrial cleaning job you can imagine.
Whether it’s an earthquake, fire, flood or any other natural disaster, there’s always something you’re desperate to salvage from the remains.
Do you actually know your employees? We’re not talking about their names and their work responsibilities.
Ultrasonic cleaning is becoming more and more popular every day across a wide range of industries.
You may have heard about ultrasonic cleaning, a method of cleaning parts that are fouled with oils, build up, grime, debris and other deposits that uses eco-friendly detergents, and without harsh solvent chemicals that can damage the surrounding environment.
Many of the most frustrating and damaging workplace challenges boil down to workplace communication problems, so improving communication can often alleviate them entirely.