Holiday Decorations to Make From Mailing Tubes

If you've been ordering a lot of maps and posters, you may have a lot of cardboard mailing tubes around. Want to turn them into fun decorations for the holidays? Then, check out these ideas. Even if you don't have old cardboard mailing tubes around, these ideas are so fun that you just may need to order some. Snowy Candle Holders You can turn old mailing tubes into winter themed candy holders. [Read More]

4 Signs You Should Consider Basement Drilling on Your Site

Many drilling companies stop as soon as they hit the basement. Also called the economic basement, this term refers to old, often deformed rocks that have different characteristics than the rocks above them. For ages, these rocks were not considered to be useful places to find hydrocarbons, but many drilling experts are starting to rethink that idea. Wondering if you should explore the basement of your drilling site? Here are four signs you may want to consider that. [Read More]

Why you need custom-made boxes for your wine packaging

Custom-made boxes remain a prerequisite for any business that regularly transports its products. If you are dealing with winemaking, then consider having custom made boxes for your packaging. Here are some of the reasons why you should consider having your wine packaged in custom-made boxes: Boosting Brand Presence Whenever you want to sell your product, think about how to get in contact with your target market. Having custom made boxes ensure that brand awareness is created. [Read More]

5 Tips to Achieve the Perfect Bend in Pipes and Tubes: A Guide for Metal Fabricators

Bending pipes and tubes is not only a science but also an art because of the technique required to produce perfect bends. When your pipes and tubes are bent according to client specifications, you are likely to improve your bottom line and turnaround time. Here are some top tips to help new pipe-benders achieve perfectly bent pipes and tubes. Rippling -- Rippling is a common phenomenon that occurs on the outer surface of a tube or pipe during bending. [Read More]