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Have you been dealing with malfunctioning equipment? This blog is all about keeping your equipment in top condition, so that you can reduce your costs.

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Tips For Choosing The Best CNC Router For Your Cabinet Shop

21 April 2016
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If your cabinet shop has decided that it is time to stop outsourcing your CNC tooling and purchase your own CNC router, then these tips will help you to make the best buying decision: Table Size When you consider different models of CNC routers, it is important for you to consider both your cabinet shop's current and future needs. Since the machine's table size is the limiting factor in what raw materials you can cut, buying a machine with a large enough table is vital for the machine's usefulness in your shop over the long haul.
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A Few Tips For Buying A Pressure Washer

21 April 2016
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If you have been wondering whether to buy a pressure washer or not, you are probably considering all the ways it will come in handy outside the house. You are thinking about how it will help wash the siding every spring to remove the dust, dirt, and any mold that has grown over the last year. You are probably excited about cleaning the garage floor and driveway, too. However, before you go out and buy the first pressure washer system you are shown, consider the following tips so you get the best machine to take care of your needs.
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Three Things to Double-Check When Choosing a Trailer Hitch

8 April 2016
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If you're about to buy a trailer hitch so you can tow something with your car, you're going to find you have a wealth of options. Choosing the hitch can seem complicated, but if you have some parameters in place when you start searching, you can narrow the field down quite a bit rather quickly. Much of the information you need concerns how not to damage your car or the hitch when you install the hitch or when you try to tow something.
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Keeping Your Equipment In Top Condition

After dealing with malfunctioning equipment for a few months, I sat down with our accounting team and started exploring the possibility of upgrading all of our equipment. We went through the books and started trying to piece together a little money for some new supplies, and we worked hard to make it happen. After we finally replaced out equipment, we worked to keep it in top condition. We followed the manufacturer's recommendations for care, and we only hired professionals to service the machinery. This blog is all about keeping your equipment in top condition so that you can reduce your costs.

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