Problems You May Encounter With Thermal Transfer Printers And How To Fix Them

Posted on: 8 January 2018

Pound for pound, you should have fewer issues with a thermal transfer printer than a direct transfer printer. However, that does not mean that your thermal transfer printer may not act up over time. These machines operate similarly to copy machines of twenty years ago. They require heat and a binder substance to make the ink print stick and not smear. That said, the following examples are just a sample of the problems you may encounter with your thermal transfer printers, and how to fix them. [Read More]

Painting A Stucco Home: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 12 December 2017

Painting the outside of a house is one of the best things you can do to increase the value and curb appeal of your home. If done correctly, a paint job can last for many years, even decades. A stucco home exterior can last for decades if cared for. Stucco is a very solid surface that is very easy to maintain and also accepts paint well. the following are some things to consider when you are considering repainting the outside of your stucco home: [Read More]

Tips For Accurately Calibrating Industrial Pressure Gauges

Posted on: 16 November 2017

If your industrial plant's pressure gauges need to be calibrated for the first time, these tips will help you get the job done: Tip: Accurate Calibration Requires the Correct Testing Media When you are calibrating your industrial pressure gauges, it is important that you choose the proper media. For low-pressure applications, you can use either nitrogen or air. However, gauges used in high-pressure applications require testing using either oil or water as the media. [Read More]

3 Tips For Reducing Errors During Aviation Inspections

Posted on: 25 September 2017

Regular inspections are an important part of the aviation business. If you are an inspector, you probably want to make sure that you don't make any mistakes and that you do a thorough job of inspecting aircraft. These are a few tips that can help you reduce errors and problems during your aircraft inspections: 1. Take Your Time It can be easy to feel rushed and to try to get things done quickly when you're inspecting aircraft at work. [Read More]