Cost-Saving Tips For Manufacturing Companies

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As with any business, manufacturing companies also look for ways to cut costs for a better bottom line and to grow their business. The secret to success for most manufacturing companies is to do so without compromising on quality or product safety.

Boosting profits is one thing but manufacturers need to keep quality in mind at all times. They must ensure the highest possible standard when trying to cut costs. In this article, we take a look at some proven ways your business can limit spending while still offering quality products and services.

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How Do Busbars Work And What Are They Used For?

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Busbars (also referred to as bus bar) are fascinating feats of engineering making complex power distribution simpler, more affordable and flexible. The main purpose of busbars is to conduct a substantial current of electricity and are typically housed inside switchgear, panel boards or busways.

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Construction Of UK Plastic To Hydrogen Facility

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Construction of the UK’s first waste plastic to hydrogen facility is well underway as it completes the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) phase. Peel L&P Environmental and Waste2Tricity have received planning consent from Cheshire West & Chester Council to build the plant on the 54-hectare Protos site near Ellesmere Port. It will feature cutting edge technology never used in the UK before.

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3D Printing And The Manufacturing Sector

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3D Printing is not a new concept but how it’s developing and advancing is a different story altogether. We are within reach of more affordable and rapid prototyping and instant manufacturing. With that in mind, how has 3D printing changed the manufacturing industry as we know it today? What can we expect going forward?

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Precision Engineering: Quality vs Cost

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How do we solve the cost versus quality conundrum in precision engineering?

One thing to keep in mind is that quality isn’t always more expensive but, at the same time, cheap isn’t always the answer either. Where do you draw the line and how do they determine quality costs?

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