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Bench Desks: The Perfect Office Desk?

13th June 2011
When planning a large office space, flexibility is often a critical factor when choosing your desk style. Is it best to choose traditional, stand-alone desks or a more cost effective bench desk system? The conventional desk, whether cantilever, I fra... Read >
Author: Neil Remnant

Flap Wheel Sanding - How Exactly Does It Work?

10th May 2011
Envision you have taken a lot of time and care to produce a good intricate profile for a unique project. Whether this particular profile had been developed by hand, by guide router, with a CNC fashion machine or perhaps a molder. The next thing is lik... Read >
Author: Benjamin Hedley

Some Fun And Creative Floppy Disk Crafts

11th April 2011
Reuse old floppy discs and turn them into simple crafts like a floppy disk laptop bag, colorful picture frame, pend holder, and supply candy or desk organizer. In case you have several unused diskettes piled-up inside your floppy disk holders in your h... Read >
Author: ArticleSubmit Auto

Coffee Tables That Convert Into Desks And Dining Tables

15th March 2011
Convertible coffee tables... what are they? Well,, convertible coffee tables are tables that do double-duty. A few tables that transform shape are lift-top tables, flip-tops, sliding, adjustable and expandable coffee tables. You'll get certain pros ... Read >
Author: Tameka Norris

How an Electric Motor Rewinds?

03rd September 2010
An electric motor is a simple mechanical device that plays an important role in running an electric machine. But on a DC motor, rewinding the coils should be undertaken by only experts who are experienced in repairing electrical or mechanical. A single mi... Read >
Author: Article Manager

Reviewing the Drytac ML25 Manual Cold Laminator

19th August 2010
When it comes to laminators there are really only two kinds: hot and cold. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, but if you're looking for a cold one, you should consider the Drytac ML25. It's a manual device that's great for a number of uses. Her... Read >
Author: Jeff McRitchie

A Look Back On The Evolution Of Kitchen Cabinets, 1980-2010

27th January 2010
Starting from an open fire in a camp and ending with today's modern technology, kitchens have evolved tremendously over time. Homeowners think Denver Kitchen Design when they are starting a remodel, or if they are making changes to the kitchen in order to... Read >
Author: Wayne Hemrick

Ergonomic Keyboard Design: Laptop Computer Ergonomics

18th August 2009
Creating a safe and comfortable computer set up or office work environment has become an increasing focus during the Information Revolution that started in the 1990s. The Information Revolution is best described, as a worldwide shift to information and te... Read >
Author: AcquiredHope

Ergonomic Keyboard Design: Result of the Information Revolution!

18th August 2009
Thanks to the Information Revolution of the 1990s, computers have become staple fixtures at offices and homes. And since so much time is spent tapping on keyboards and staring at monitors, it's essential to create a safe and comfortable computer set-up. ... Read >
Author: AcquiredHope

3 Ways to Increase Your Seating and Storage Space

12th May 2009
Having a small kitchen, especially if you have a growing family, can create a challenge when it comes to finding enough seating area for dining or entertaining. Over the years, the kitchen has become the hub of the home for everything from homework to soc... Read >
Author: nealon52@aol.com

Decorating Your Teens Room (What Every Teenager Needs)

09th April 2009
Yesterday they were playing with Barbie and Action figures today they're into music, computers and more sophisticated hobbies. Young adulthood is looming right around the corner and your teen is definitely ready to reflect that growth in their bedroom dec... Read >
Author: Cathy Robertson

Dangers in the Kitchen- How to Avoid Hidden Dangers

21st August 2008
The kitchen has the most activity, usually the tightest space, and the most obstacles which can lead to injury. From a food preparation area and dining room to paying bills, the kitchen is the center of activity for today's family. Unfortunately, the kitc... Read >
Author: nealon52@aol.com

10 Reasons Why Married Couples Grow Apart (Part I)

22nd May 2005
When asked why their marriage is on the rocks, many couples often state that they have just grown apart. The reality of that statement just means the individuals no longer relate to or appreciate each other as they once did. This damage often occurs over ... Read >
Author: Kristin Craft
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