Tag: engineers
August 18, 2020
4 Best Ways To Hire An Air Conditioner Repair Company In Jacksonville FL!

Most people would have significantly invested in their air conditioning systems. When it does not work, it is important to find a trusted contractor and get it repaired. Some people do not perform any research work before hiring a technician. Due to this, they will be hiring someone who does not have experience and pay […]

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July 30, 2020
4 Factors to Consider Before Getting a Loading Platform Hire

A loading platform is a type of construction equipment that transfers cargo and heavy materials of high-rise buildings during the construction of upper floors. This type of equipment is also known as temporary platforms. During the 1990s, most platforms were fixed or non-retractable. The materials used are composed of scrap materials. Hence, the likelihood of […]

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July 27, 2020
SEVEN SAFETY MEASURES TO FOLLOW AT CONSTRUCTION SITES

Nobody likes danger, especially to one's life in any scenario. Growing up, you are always informed to look out while crossing the road. Your car usually has all the safety equipment such as the airbags and seat belts, yet they tell you in the driving training on how to drive safely. In laboratories, we have […]

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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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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 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 13, 2020
Online Payment: What Are The Alternatives Of Stripe

  The boom of e-commerce sites and online businesses has led to an increase in the use of online payment platforms and the rise of developers specialising in payment processing systems. Many businesses are looking for better payment systems with more benefits for their customers. With online payment systems being a fairly new way of […]

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October 11, 2019
What are the Benefits of Construction Cameras?

The construction industry builds nearly $1.3 trillion worth of structures every year. Depending on the design and architecture, the building process of a personalized house usually takes between four to six months to reach completion. However, the process can sometimes take longer depending on customer design changes, the weather, and construction delays. Usually, delays are […]

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December 3, 2013
Ryugyong Hotel Building North Korea Took 20 Years?

The Ryugyong Hotel located in North Korea was designed in 1987 yet looks modern to this day. The fact that it essentially took 20 years to complete this building shocks me. After the Soviet Union collapsed, so did the North Korean economy, therefore the construction for the Ryugyong Hotel halted in 1992. After many years without […]

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November 27, 2013
Futuristic Architecture of the Lloyds of London Building

Intro to the Vision of the Architect - Why Cover Up? The Lloyds Building located in London is also referred to the "inside out building" because of its mechanical-like architecture. From an outside perspective, the way that humans tend to cover up what makes something work, such as the gears or mechanical substances, is quit […]

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October 15, 2013
Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) Rebuilt in Dresden Germany

The Frauenkirche was originally built in 1743 and designed by Dresden's city architect George Bähr. It was placed on the outskirts of town and was surrounded by a graveyard. The church entails Baroque architecture with dramatic curves and bold complex details. The most distinct feature of the church is the 96 meter tall dome, resembling a lot of […]

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July 20, 2012
Autostadt Parking Lot Towers

AutoStadt (Car City) is a massive car museum adjacent to the Volkswagen Factory in Wolfsburg Germany. These two car silos are located in the Volkswagen factory. They are used to temporarily store new Volkswagen cars that have just been manufactured in the factory next door. Once the car is sold it is brought to the […]

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July 17, 2012
Firework Show or Building? The Taipei 101 Building

The Taipei 101 formerly know as the Taipei World Financial Center was constructed in 2004 while construction started in 1999. It remained the tallest building from 2004-2010. The building is has 101 above ground (hence the name) and 5 floors below ground. The building is located in the Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan. The building consists of the faster […]

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