Engineering Manufacturing

Best petroleum cutting systems available for you

Posted on March 21, 2014 at 5:24 pm

Petrogen cutting systems are high quality technologies used by professionals such as soldiers and engineers to cut through steel. They are also very useful to rescue and search teams in tackling the most difficult obstacles that require steel cutting systems . They have a wide range of applications because they are available in interchangeable designs . This means that petrogen parts are usable in any tip ,torch or tank configuration. Petrogen cutting systems are therefore designed to meet all your steel cutting requirements. They easily adopt to your everchanging needs due to their versatilty.

Advantages of Petrogen Cutting Systems

– They are easily portable due to their smaller fuel tank and lighter fuel;
-They use standard gasoline which is readily available in most places;
– They have high safety levels because their fuel lines have no vapour and therefore there are limited chances of fuel line back flash ;
– They are more economic because they use gasoline instead of acytelene which is more expensive;
-They have high performance levels because oxy- gasoline flame cuts faster ,more precise and has no residual slag;
– They are more friendly to the environment because gasolene flame is highly oxidising and therefore airborne contamination is minimised.

In view of the many clear advantages of petrogen cutting systems, they should be your steel cutting technologies of choice

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Jewellery engraving – accurate and precise

Posted on February 25, 2014 at 1:45 pm

Jewellery engraving can give your ordinary diamond and jewellery sets an extra ordinary and attention grabbing appeal. You can have heart touching pictures and expression engraved on them so that you can get appealing designs on these jewelleries. Jewellery has a high sentimental value for every woman across the world and thus jewellery engraving is the best way you can add a personal touch to them. The items on which these engravings can be done include pendants, bracelets and rings. This is considered as the best way of personalizing the gift before giving it to someone you love and care.

Jewellery engraving can be done with distinct and creative designs which are done with different engraving techniques. The best techniques that are used for the engraving are laser and diamond drag which produces intricate and astounding engravings. These techniques also help in producing the best quality engraving which is very accurate and precise.


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Facts about Laser Marking Systems

Posted on February 18, 2014 at 2:27 pm

Laser marking systems is a new technique that is widely used for the marking process in the industries. It is the method of marking or it makes identification sign on the hard and soft metals. With laser marking systems it is very easy to mark on the carbides and metal surfaces. It is done with the laser technology. The laser beams penetrate in to all the surfaces so it may cause problems to human health especially human eyes. The laser beams are so strong that it needs to be controlled while it is been used or else it may cut the surface that was to be engraved actually. The working of these kinds of machines is controlled by the computer software and hardware that are installed in it.

The machines of laser marking systems are very accurate and fast that provide with a well marking solution. Many of the branded manufacturers are offering wide range of these machines with spacious working area and a superior metal engraving quality.

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Advantages of Laser Engraving

Posted on October 16, 2013 at 2:41 pm

In the current world, many firms require logos, marking or branding on their components. The marks are either serial numbers, codes, user instructions or the company logo. The latest technology used in making such markings is laser technology, laser technology has several benefits. Some of the other benefits of laser engraving are that it can be used to engrave ceramic, wood, glass, plastic or metals. Another benefit of laser engraving is that the mark is permanent and flexible; this is possible through directed marking where labels can be avoided. There are a lot of laser marked components around us from the car dashboards, mobile phone pads, cooker knobs, computer keyboards et cetera. Laser engraving is beneficial in that there is no tear and wear on the component being marked; also marking of small objects is possible as well as areas where normal marking technology can reach. Some other benefits of laser engraving are that the procedure is eco-friendly and time saving, it does not cause any deformation or damage to the object being marked. The mark on the component is not affected by water or exposure to the sun.

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Why you should use a laser for cutting

Posted on June 25, 2013 at 3:10 pm

Cutting with laser technology has numerous benefits over mechanical cutting. A laser cutter is capable of making small holes, which could be complex when using a mechanical cutter. The laser ensures edges are high quality whether the hole is on a sheet, tube or any other surface. As the laser cuts, it uses minimal physical energy from the user. Hence, users find it more convenient than other forms of cutting.

Laser cutting users have been able to cut out complex shapes with this equipment. It does not require other tools after using the laser. This happens fast and easier than when users cut with traditional methods. The laser beam does not wear out therefore, it always maintains high quality of all the cutting it does. A laser cutter is the best choice for a person who highly needs accuracy. It is capable of cutting the exact requirements of a user.

People who choose laser cutting will enjoy reduced contamination in their work. Due to the high accuracy of this equipment, warping is reduced significantly. The system applied in the lasers has small zone affected by heat. Therefore, results are always neat and attractive. Laser cutters have a longer life than other cutters. This is because when cutting, the laser does not get into contact with the material being cut. Hence, a laser cannot wear out because there is no friction.

The current laser equipment has been installed with a computer screen. This enables a user to lay out a design of how he or she intends to cut. This machine is not limited on the work it can do. It is possible to carry out multiple jobs consecutively for a long time. There is no material that is too difficult for a laser to cut. It cuts all materials swiftly and easily.

Traditional mechanical cutting methods have large zones of heat. This factor increases chances of deforming the material being cut. When cutting with a laser, the heat zone is small. As a result, it decreases chances of a material deforming. This benefit is mostly significant when separating fitting boards. A worker can separate them perfectly without damaging either of them.

Accuracy of any cutting tool can be challenged by thickness of a material. When cutting with a laser, this is not a problem at all. A laser is capable of cutting any kind of thickness and still maintains accuracy. In addition a user can make combination of material in one operation of cutting. As a worker does all this work, he or she does not any protective gear or devices. It is safe to use this equipment since its energy is produced by electrical power.

Opponents of this equipment might argue that it uses electrical power hence, uneconomical. This shortcoming is outweighed by the numerous advantages. Using a laser for all cuttings is the solution to all cutting needs anyone would have. It is convenient efficient and accurate for all cuttings required. Enhance your cutting skills today by purchasing a laser cutter.

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Engraved Name Plates that can have many different uses

Posted on May 21, 2013 at 2:45 pm

Engraved name plates are important and are used for different reasons and in different environments. They can be given to members of your family, friends and even colleagues. They can be put on almost anything. Engraving of nameplate is an art in itself as it requires a lot of care and thought in order to make a one of a kind nameplate.

What makes engraving of name plates interesting is the fact that you can use different materials to do your engraving on. Engraving can be done on materials such as wood, brass, copper, plastic and even gold. Engraved name plates come in various sizes, shapes and colours. They are used in different settings be it formal or even informal. They hold names of people and the position they hold, buildings, streets and even products.

The purpose of the name plates depends on where they are found. For instance, in most offices they are mounted on the doors to identify the name of the person found in that office, the position he or she holds. Therefore, a new employee or even a client can know which office to go to for their needs to be met. This also helps the clients to be able to interact with the company personnel on a positive, personal level. Street name plates and building name plates act as a map. They help a person to know where they are and in which direction they should be moving. They ensure that people do not get lost especially if you are new in town.

The material on which engraving is done depends on various reasons. First, you have to identify the purpose of the engraved nameplate. Name plates for industrial use are mostly engraved on stainless steel, aluminium and titanium. The thickness of the material also varies. Name plates that are used as awards are more for prestige and therefore are mostly engraved on gold, silver and bronze. The locations on which the nameplate will be placed also need to be known prior to the engraving so that the person doing the work will choose the right material. For instance, stone is the preferred material when making a headstone for a grave. This is simply due to the fact that the stone is a material that can withstand the harshest of weathers.

The cost of the engraved name plates also varies for various reasons. The type of material which will be used plays a major role in determining the cost of nameplate. For instance, a nameplate engraved in gold will cost a fortune while the one using wood or even plastic is not that expensive. The thickness of the plaque or even the density of the material being used is also essential in determining the cost of the nameplate. For instance, 0.005 kg of gold will cost less than 0.05 kg of gold. The number of name plates needed is also a requirement when determining the cost.
Engraving of name plates can be done in various different styles. They can either be two dimensional or even three dimensional. They can also be customized to suit your needs.

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