A quick guide to the car manufacturing process

Manufacturing a vehicle is a complex process consisting of several different stages. Read on to find out more about how a car is built. The body shop In the body 'shop' (or department), the vehicle's engine block is constructed and its numerous components are assembled. The gear box, shafts and gear blanks are also joined together in this area of the manufacturing facility. Once these steps are finished, the various panels which make up the main body of the car, such as the roof, bonnet and doors, are built using sheet metal. Read More 

Laser Cutting Mechanisms You Probably Had No Idea About

Laser cutting is a modern technique of cutting various materials. It employs laser beams guided by computer-aided design and drafting for precision and other design requirements when cutting. The laser beam is generated using a laser tube and reflected against several mirror surfaces for direction. To add on that, there is a laser head with a lens, which focuses the beam on a particular section of the material being cut or engraved. Read More 

Effective Pipe Thread Sealants for Leak-Sealing Applications

Threaded pipes, whether made of metal or polyvinyl chloride (PVC), are prone to leaks because they are used at plumbing joints or connections. A big mistake several DIYers make when trying to stop leaks at threaded plumbing connections is not using the right sealing products. Often, they reach for a plumber's putty, which does not effectively solve the problem. When threaded pipes are joined and sealed with putty, the material will not effectively seal the space left behind after the threads have been tightened. Read More 

What You Need to Know About Leaf Nets Used as Pool Covers

Ideally, your biggest desire is to keep your swimming pool as clean as possible. This will significantly lower the time and cost incurred to reopen and start using the pool after it has been lying fallow for long periods. For safety and other functional reasons, most in-ground pools aren't completely drained despite the fact that you won't be using them during the winter. Algae, bacteria and other disease-causing organisms take such opportunities to thrive on decomposing leaves falling in your pool, posing a health hazard. Read More 

How Does Laser Engraving Work?

Carried out in jewellery and fine art applications, laser engraving is principally an industrial process which uses a laser to make finely positioned marks on an object. Often a professional service that is offered by a laser cutting company, the process does not require tool bits to make physical contact with the surface that is to be engraved. This offers a benefit over traditional engraving technology which requires items like bit heads to be replaced regularly. Read More