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How Does a Rock Crusher Work?

04th November 2009
A rock crusher, as the name implies, is a device that crushes large rocks into smaller, more manageable pieces. Utilized primarily in the construction and road-building industries, crushers can process natural rock and reclaimed materials like concrete to... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Machine Shops: How to Make the Small Shop Profitable

21st August 2009
According to the US Census there are over 25,000 machine shops with less than 4 employees, not counting thousands of 1-man operations scattered across the country. Making a profit while owning a small machine shop can be tough in these economically depr... Read >
Author: Brent Cohagan

Learning and Growth Perspective

16th July 2009
A look inside the Learning and Growth Perspective There are three key areas of focus when developing objectives and measures for the Learning and Growth perspective and they are: human capital, information capital, and organizational capital. Let's take ... Read >
Author: Cheryl Edmonds

Weighing the pros and cons of ready mixed concrete

04th June 2009
The ready mix concrete is one of the best types of raw material for building a house. The consumption power of the ready mix concrete is amazing and hence it has gained a huge reputation in the field of building material. The ready mix is used for buildin... Read >
Author: nate

Tips to Choose Your Cricket Bat

30th November 2008
There have been several conflicting opinions regarding which cricket bat is the best. If you are planning to buy a cricket bat, your friends will be generous and forthcoming in offering you many tips. It is up to you decide on the right tips to follow bef... Read >
Author: Sharon Samraj

Sponge Iron Plant

21st October 2008
Let us know what is Sponge Iron and a Sponge Iron Plant? The answer is sponge iron is the product created when iron ore is reduced to metallic iron. It is the iron source produced by heating an iron ore at very high temperature enough to burn off its oxyg... Read >
Author: juliemeena

How To Make Belgian Chocolate

25th June 2008
Before you start making chocolate of any kind you first need to consider the cocoa beans. They are the basic raw material of any type of chocolates be it Belgian chocolates, Swiss chocolates or plain old ordinary mass produced sweet shop chocolates from t... Read >
Author: lexisclick

Lost Wax Casting Process

06th May 2008
Lost Wax Casting is known as Cire Perdue in French. It is a process in which an artist's sculpture is used to cast bronze. The Lost Wax Casting method is also known as Investment Casting in the modern industrial world. This is a very ancient method used f... Read >
Author: Kent Klein

Cotton and its end products

08th June 2007
Cotton continues to be the number one fibre in the world today. The demand for cotton product rises to manifold during the summer season. Fabric can also be made from recycled or recovered cotton that would otherwise be thrown away during the spinning, we... Read >
Author: Rakesh P

Woodworking tools and their uses

29th November 2005
Copyright 2005 Jason BibbA sculptor's wood carving tools can be explained and appreciated according to their types and functions. Labeled by the processes used in carving wood, tools are used to measure, cut, shape, and finish a raw material into a fine p... Read >
Author: Jason Bibb
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