About a year ago, I could tell that my business was starting to struggle. We were having a tough time meeting deadlines and working with manufacturers, and it seemed like we were starting to sink. I knew that we had to do something, so we started looking for easier ways to manufacture our products. We decided to update our equipment and retrain all of our employees. It was amazing to see how much of a difference it made. This blog is all about finding different ways to stay on top of your business manufacturing, so that you can keep your customers happy and satisfied.
2 May 2016
Sheet metal fabrication has long been an extraordinarily important part of the manufacturing process, but it's also a unique activity that is equal parts art and skill. It's no surprise, then, that many manufacturing firms rely on outside sheet metal fabricators, but those relationships can be difficult without a proper understanding of some of the nuanced parts of the process. Below, you'll find a guide to some questions that you should be sure to ask of your sheet metal fabrication firm.
18 April 2016
Plastic hangers offer a variety of advantages over their metal or wood counterparts, but one area where they might frustrate you is slippage. While not a constant problem, clothes (especially shirts) can slip off of plastic coat hangers. Thankfully, there's a variety of ways that you can stop that slippage. Most of these projects require very little work. Hot Glue Sticks Lack of friction is a major contributor to plastic hanger slippage issues.
13 April 2016
When you pass the acrylic fabrications shop on your way to your commercial bakery every morning, you may never give this skilled trade shop a second thought. However, there are many reasons why an acrylic fabricator could come to be one of your most valuable business suppliers in the bakery business. Acrylic materials, which are much like plastic but far more durable, could come in useful for everything from packaging to displaying your products, and everything in between.