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Home landscaping is no different than any other kind of landscaping. It is natural for people to want their home to look as good as possible, the type of garden visitors’ envy. Nonetheless, with little experience it is a frightfully daunting task. However, with a few simple pointers your garden will look like it's from a magazine. Not only that but we also understand what magazines forget to mention, a budget! Read more...

Plasma cutting is a process which is used to cut through material that is electrically conductive by using an accelerated jet of heated plasma. The materials which can be cut by using a plasma torch include stainless steel, steel, aluminium, brass and copper besides other conductive metals. Plasma cutting is often adopted by automotive repair shops, fabrication shops, industrial construction, salvage and scrapping operations, and restoration units because of the high-speed and precision cuts plasma cutting can offer combined with the low costs which are involved. Read more...

The table saw blade is perhaps the most important part of the table: probably its heart and soul. But any serious woodworker knows that taking care of the saw blade is not an easy task. It requires regular maintenance and a great deal of effort and care. Read more...

So, you've got a multimeter but don't know how to use it. While you can surely learn about it, know that it may not be an easy task. Learning how to use a multimeter requires patience and enough knowledge about the device. Read more...

We have always been taught that matter has three states – solid, liquid and gas. Matter changes from one state to another when heat is applied. On removal of that heat, it changes back to a less volatile state. This transition or state change of matter, happens when enough heat is applied to move the molecules, thereby changing the state of matter. Read more...

Plasma cutting is one of the fastest cutting processes on aluminum, carbon steel, and stainless steel. The process uses hot electrodes to cut through electrically conductive materials. Invented back in 1955 by ESAB, this method can be used for cutting on materials of up to 6 inches thick. Read more...