The rapid prototyping process slashes the design-to-production time from the traditional months we are used to seeing to just weeks. Due to this process, you pay much less for rapid prototypes than you would for the conventional prototyping methods. With the rapid prototyping process, you also get to test various materials and component geometries. This leads to many advantages and benefits for business across different industries. Here are the six benefits of the rapid prototyping process:

While there are many rich flavours and features of a good wine, one that is too bitter is not going to be very enjoyable. Many people aren’t prepared for bitter flavours when they first venture into the unique world of wine.  If you’re new to wine, you may want to consider the possibility that this is just the way wine is! In ancient times, bitterness was a taste that alerted humans to the possibility that something may be toxic. It can take some time to get used to bitterness in wine. The more you try it, the more you may…

We all want to do our part when it comes to the environment. If you own a business or make decisions on behalf of one, you may feel an even greater responsibility to make careful choices. The way a company manufactures, packages and transports its goods can have a significant impact on the environment. If you are trying to figure out how to make a change for the better, consider starting with your shipping process. Chances are, if you make and distribute a product to consumers, you likely rely on traditional shipping methods and materials.

We’ve all been there. A slip of the hand. A quick bump in a crowded space and suddenly you’re watching your phone tumble towards a hard surface. It happens quickly. As you turn your phone over, your first thought is very likely a plea for no damage. Unfortunately, a fall often results in a crack (or worse), leaving you with other thoughts: Can it be fixed? Can I still use it? Do I have to by a new one? We have come to rely so heavily on our phones for both work and personal use, the thought of being without…

Hardwood floors are amazing, aren’t they? Known for their gorgeous elegance, these type of wood flooring will add instant value and beauty to any home. But one thing that can bring your hardwood flooring done is sticky, tacky residue and marks. Maybe some tape got laid down and it left kind of gross-looking ‘stains’. Whatever the case, you shouldn’t have to put up with ugly, unsightly markings on your hardwood floors. In this tutorial, we’ll look at several different ways to get that tacky stuff off your hardwood flooring so that it can return to its previous glory.