Project Manager's Guide To Precision Metal Stamping

Posted on: 7 June 2015

If you are a project manager who is new to working in the manufacturing industry, then it is important that you have a basic understanding of the precision metal stamping process. Metal stamping is often used by manufacturers to create custom metal parts that are then used to make their products. Metal stamping is an alternative process to casting and molding, and it is often a cheaper process to utilize.
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Tips For Making Event Signs

Posted on: 2 June 2015

If you are in charge of the marketing for an event, you are going to need to make some signs to advertise the event. You want you custom signs to be eye-catchy, but you also want them to offer useful information. Here, you can learn some tips that will help you come up with a design that can help you pack the most information into a sign that will be eye-catching and possibly even entertaining:
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4 Tips For Encouraging Good Health In Your Workplace

Posted on: 20 May 2015

Encouraging good health in the workplace is important. Healthy employees miss less work and get more done while they're at work, so it will be beneficial for your company. Plus, you can feel good about making changes in your employees' lives. These are just four of many ways that you can work toward encouraging good health among your employees. 1. Bring in a Water Cooler If you haven't already put in a water cooler in your office, now is the  time to do so.
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How To Make Your Own Screen Printed T-Shirts

Posted on: 4 May 2015

The summer season of festivals, concerts, and all sorts of other outdoor activities is upon us. One way to commemorate an event – and perhaps make a little money – is by making your own unique T-shirts to sell to the people attending the events. Here is how you can make T-shirts using the screen printing method. Make Design The first step in the process is to make a design. You have to be careful here, because you don't want to make a design that infringes on any trademarks or copyrights – for instance, you can't use logos and sayings that others have claimed for themselves (like National football League logos).
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