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  • The Top 3 Benefits of Laser Cutting The Top 3 Benefits of Laser Cutting - Many manufacturers are still using traditional cutting tools such as dies and punches. But recently, laser cutting technology has gained steam. Highly accurate with low lead times, laser cutting offers clear and tangible benefits. Not only does it reduce waste, but it can also be cheaper and more efficient than traditional cutting processes. Read on... Read more »
  • How to Choose a Metal Fabrication Shop - Finding the right metal fabrication shop is crucial for your business. After all, the products manufactured at that shop will be an extension of your own organization. You will need a metal fabrication shop that is both experienced and resourceful to get the job done right. Here are some of the top factors to consider... Read more »
  • Helping Those Who Help Us: Mike Rowe Helps Belle Chasse Firefighter Battling Cancer - Firefighters put their lives on the line for us every day. But sometimes, the dangers they face are hidden beneath the surface. Firefighters are 14 percent more likely to die from cancer than the general U.S. population. Additionally, cancer, not fires, is the biggest killer of America’s firefighters. No one knows this more than TJ... Read more »
  • The Most Common Causes of Winter Residential Building Fires - Despite the freezing temperatures, the majority of residential building fires occur during the winter months. Indeed, according to the U.S. Fire Administration, an estimated 108,200 winter residential building fires occurred each year between 2014 and 2016. These fires were responsible for 980 deaths, 3,575 injuries, and nearly $1.9 billion in property damages. Preventing and limiting... Read more »