No Flying During The Cold Weather? How To Safely Store Your Plane During The Winter

If you're not going to be flying your plane during the winter, you won't want to leave it sitting out in the elements. You'll want to make sure that it's properly winterized. Those frigid temperatures can wreak havoc on your small plane, especially if it hasn't been given adequate protection. The last thing you want is to start the new flying season with a list of aviation repairs that need to be performed before you can take off on your first flight. [Read More]

Four Uses For Heavy Duty Air Tool Hose That You Didn't Expect

Heavy duty air tool hose is usually used with large air compressors in a factory setting. However, there are many things you can do with these large, thick rubber hoses that you might not have expected to ever hear about. The uses are somewhat unusual, and even unconventional, but if you ever need to use hoses in the following ways, you know that it is possible. Underwater Breathing Tube to the Surface [Read More]

A Helpful Guide For Metal Fabricators Looking For Steel

Steel is one of the most popular materials for metal fabricators. It's extremely durable and comes in so many different varieties today. If you're looking to purchase this metal for your next project, be sure to keep these factors in mind. New vs. Used There are two types of conditions you can purchase steel in: new or used. New steel is in pristine condition, which you'll need for certain projects that warrant striking visuals. [Read More]

Six Mistakes To Avoid To Minimize The Costs Of Laser Cutting

There are a variety of different expenses that go into outsourcing laser cutting, including production costs, material costs, and shipping costs.  Fortunately, there are a lot of things you can do when planning out your laser cutting project to minimize these expenses. The following are six mistakes you need to avoid to minimize the costs of executing your laser cutting job: Creating a design with double lines Double cutting refers to any place on your design where the laser will go over the same cut twice. [Read More]