Tag: engineering
May 31, 2020
6 Ways Every Company Can Streamline Its Workflow in 2020

Due to the current economic landscape, it is imperative that your company is optimized. The economy is screeching to a halt and nearly 40 million are unemployed. Many companies are laying off employees to keep profit margins intact. This means business operations have to do more with less. One way to achieve the same productivity […]

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May 29, 2020
To-Do List For Urgent Move Out

IMAGE SOURCE If you decide to sell your house, then there are several things you need to think about, like how you will sell it and to whom you should sell it. You also need to decide where you will be moving to, and that requires an entire checklist that you should follow. Selling your […]

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May 17, 2020
Different Processes of Prototype Machine Shops

The process of rapid prototyping involves the rapid fabrication of a model, assembly, or a machine physical part with the aid of computer-aided design or CAD. The first part of the creation process is usually completed by 3D printing or additive manufacturing. If the finished design closely resembles the features of the finished product, this […]

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May 15, 2020
10 Most Commonly Used Plastic Injection Molding Materials

As it directly affects the molding operation and the part performance, choosing the right material is one of the most important things of any product development project. Being one of the most widely used plastic formation techniques with countless industrial applications, plastic injection molding material selection is no exception. And with over 85 thousand types […]

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May 12, 2020
How to Complete Payroll Processing Yourself: A Guide

Before hiring anyone, you need to understand your legal responsibilities as an employer. Failing to understand what your obligation is to your employees can land you in hot water. Once you know the part you play, you can start learning about how to complete payroll processing yourself. It might seem complicated at first, but we […]

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April 8, 2020
5 Tips for Buying a Commercial Building

Tired of renting your office space? Check out these 5 tips for buying a commercial building. Thinking about buying a commercial building? Wondering how to buy commercial properties? If you're tired of renting office space, acquiring real estate for your business can be a great alternative option. While there are pros and cons to this, owning […]

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April 8, 2020
How to Install Your Over-The-Air TV Antenna

Proper antenna placement has a lot to do with the channels you pick up. Discover here how to install your over-the-air tv antenna. If you're installing your own TV antenna for the first time, you probably have a lot of questions. Roof antenna installation is a delicate process, one that you will have to get […]

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April 5, 2020
Tips When Designing Your Next Onsite Building

Tips When Designing Your Next Onsite Building The important elements to add when designing an onsite building includes topography, vegetation, weather, culture, existing buildings, and infrastructure. A thorough onsite analysis is crucial so that the proposed and current conditions will be properly presented. So how do you design an onsite building? In this post, you'll […]

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April 3, 2020
What Are the Best O-Ring Materials for Engineers? The Ultimate List

Trying to find the best o-ring materials for your latest engineering project? Check out this comparison guide of the top o-rings and their materials. When you're working with complicated and expensive machinery, you need to be sure that it's equipped with the right O-ring material. The question of rubber vs. plastic, for example, can make […]

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March 28, 2020
Social Media Communities for Architects and Engineers

  Finding a place where people can offer you information about your passion is not always easy. It depends on what your passion is and the overall popularity of it. Another important factor is just how much of a passion it is considered to be, whether rightly or wrongly. For some people, their job is […]

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March 20, 2020
Is the Global Goal of Net Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050 Too Little Too Late?

  The European Commission has proposed a new European Climate Law that will enforce climate neutrality in the European Union (EU) and ensure it is realized by no later than 2050. It will make the principles of the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment, initiated by the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) in 2018, mandatory in […]

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March 18, 2020
Virtual inspired online Casinos can be found Nowadays all over the the Internet, how to not get a Technical Virus

  Almost every aspect of our lives is being touched by the latest and greatest tech trends, evolving our day to day experiences to whole new heights.  One of the irrefutably prominent tech developments in the past few years is the rise of Virtual Reality (VR). Virtual Reality is a trend that enables users to […]

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March 6, 2020
How to Shop for the Best Deburring Machine for Metal Sheet?

  If you work with laser cuts and metal sheets, a deburring machine could come in handy to help provide a smooth finish. They don’t only apply to lasers; you will most certainly have to deal with burrs if you work with a mill, shear, punch, plasma cut, and water jet. And for this reason, […]

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February 18, 2020
Best Watches For Engineers: Top 10

  Engineer’s contribution to society brings us convenience in our lives. Because of the skillful engineers, all kinds of technical problems can be solved, and our needs can be met through their use of science and math, which in turn allows us to live life with such ease. While you might not care about fashion, […]

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February 4, 2020
What Is Excavation? What Every Architect Needs to Know

Many steps go into preparing a construction project and excavation is one of the most important ones. Without excavating an area, new construction can't be safely built on the site. This can be a dangerous step in the construction process, so the architects involved must be well-trained and knowledgable. So, what is excavation? Keep reading […]

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January 21, 2020
Engineering Essay: How to Create a Great College Paper

The success of any essay is dependent on many factors and the academic subject is undoubtedly important. Engineering is one of the most challenging subjects. Not all students handle their assignments excellently. Oftentimes, they require professional online support. Read more on how to write a great engineering essay. A professional college paper writing service can […]

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January 21, 2020
Crucial tips on how to excel in college mathematics

Many students enroll in college mathematics, believing taking the rigorous course could help get them top-notch grades. While this is true, students don't realize that college math is different from other subjects. It's not merely the collection of equations involving formulas and symbols. College math has evolved and even has a unique vocabulary of its […]

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January 10, 2020
Affordable stainless-steel kitchen sinks: What considerations do you need to make?

Budget can play a critical role in the choices that you make, and kitchen sinks are not an exception to this. Since you don't want to loosen your purse strings, it doesn't mean you have to compromise with the quality. On the market, you get a vast range in affordable kitchen sinks too, and of […]

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December 16, 2019
What To Do If Your House Floods

Some disasters have forewarnings that can give you time to prepare – not so much about prevention, but more about preparation for the aftermath. However, it becomes more disastrous when they come like a thief in the night, like a fire or flood in your property. When this happens, all you can do is to […]

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April 26, 2015
Modern Shipping Container Construction in Northern Ireland

Amazing Modern Ideas Coming to Northern Ireland Specifications: Architects: Patrick Bradley Architects Location: Woodland, County Cavan, Ireland Year: 2014 Engineer: Joe Young Engineering Photos:   What do you think of the Modern Shipping Container Construction in Northern Ireland?

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August 13, 2014
Steven Ballmer's Modest Island House

Steven Ballmer's Small but Nice Island House The CEO of Microsoft from 2000-2014 has been reported as the 32nd richest person according to Forbes. Ballmer was always rich, just not nearly as rich growing up. His father was a manager at the Ford Motor Company in Detroit, Michigan. His mother is Jewish and his father […]

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May 24, 2014
Why The Golden Gate Bridge Is An Engineering Marvel

The Most Beautiful Bridge In America This bridge is more than a way to get to work every day, it is an engineering marvel. The bridge spans over the three mile long straight that is in between the Pacific Ocean and the San Francisco Bay. US Route 101 runs through the bridge and continues up […]

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January 10, 2014
Architecture of the Lincoln Memorial

A Special Memorial for a Special President The 99 foot monument dedicated to Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, is not only just a tourist trap, it is an architectural wonder. The building may not seem that amazing from afar, but if you see the detail put into the building you will […]

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December 27, 2013
AT&T Stadium (Home of the NFL Cowboys) Architecture, Texas

The AT&T Stadium is the most expensive sports complex in the world. Originally estimated to cost $650 million, the stadium's current construction cost was $1.15 billion. It is located in Arlington Texas. It is the official home of the Cowboys of the NFL. The original stadium was completed in 1971 and completely renovated in 2005-2009. The stadium […]

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