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Services categories, such as repair and maintenance services, encompass a wide array of industries and manufacturers that work to assist others—Architectural Services for example, are tailored toward assisting in each and every step of the architectural process, serving as the support network for the architecture industry. No industry can survive without support, making the companies that serve them an integral part of industry growth and development.
Freight Services, as a general category, includes companies that offer specific forms of bulk transportation and shipping assistance. Warehousing Services, on the other hand, offer options for warehouse storage and management systems. General Services provides an alphabetized itemization of larger subcategories, ranging from Aerial Reconnaissance Systems to Construction Estimating Services. In general, each individual service category has a wide variety of listings designed to offer the highest level of industry support.
Case Study: Repair or Replace Your Bridge Crane?
Highlighting the problems faced by an East Coast motor service shop with their 10-ton production bridge crane, this paper details how Shupper-Brickle's engineering department performed an overhaul of the existing equipment to overcome the client's persistent problems. It presents the assessment of Shupper-Brickle engineers, where the basic...
How to Control Shim Tooling Costs
Referring that shim tooling costs would quickly increase the budget of a prototype or short-run production project, this paper states that SPIROL has several manufacturing methods that could eliminate or greatly reduce tooling expenditures. It briefly details about some of the SPIROL's production technologies such as CNC laser cutting, operational...
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Explaining about passivation process, this paper defines that the passivation is an acid based process, which changes stainless steel from active state to a passive state where corrosion can be resisted. It details how a fabricated stainless steel when comes in contact with various iron, tool steel, and metal chips will loss the original corrosion...