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Cork in Yoga and Fitness Studios

06th August 2012
Many yoga and fitness studios are discovering the utility and comfort of a cork floor and today you will find that cork flooring has been installed in numerous yoga studios and exercise centers around Canada and the U.S. What is it that makes cork the mat... Read >
Author: articlelink01@gmail.com

Inspection Methods to Ductile Iron Castings

05th April 2011
Normal casting defects of ductile iron include some macro-defects, such as air holes, sand inclusion, slag inclusion, shrinkage or shrinkage cavity, and some micro-defects, such as unqualified nodularity rate and too large grain size, etc. The inspecti... Read >
Author: ironfoundry

Understanding INTACS and Holcomb C3-RŪ to Treat Keratoconus

14th January 2011
Keratoconus is a debilitating disease of the cornea that causes changes or irregular shapes in the corneal surface due to a thinning over time. Typically this type of disease is degenerative and the only treatments that were available were hard/rigid cont... Read >
Author: Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler

Use of Pearls in Jewelry

26th August 2009
People wear natural, imitation or cultured stones with their jewellery for different purposes. Prices of jewellery vary since the stones set in them differ in quality and material. Whatever your choice may be, people like to wear jewellery having pure and... Read >
Author: Khurram Zaveri

Dansko Marcelle Shoes The Best Arch Support Shoes For Those Who Work For Hours On Their Feet

22nd June 2009
When you're on your feet for hours at a time, at work and at play, one thing you very quickly come to appreciate is how well your shoes look after your feet. At the end of the day, there is nothing worse than having to extract soggy, swollen, agonisingly ... Read >
Author: Ann Harvey

Robotic Welding and all about Robotic Welding

13th October 2008
Robotic welding is used when an industry wants to animate their welding process. You may know about this type of welding because it is often used on assembly line work, especially in the automotive industry. Robots are used to handle the parts that nee... Read >
Author: William

MIG Welding and how MIG Welding Works

08th October 2008
This process is called by many names and it basically is a welding process that uses an arc to heat metal that needs to be joined. The welder uses a continuous feed filler metal (a consumable) electrode and this is used on the work-piece. This type of wel... Read >
Author: William
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