US Manufacturing Rebounds in January

December marked the end of a rough year for the U.S. manufacturing industry. It saw several consecutive months of job cuts, prompting analysts to issue a warning about the industry. But it appears that things are turning back around for … Read More

New 3D Printing Technology Uses Rust and Metal Powder

3D printing was once viewed as nothing more than science fiction with no real practical use, but that’s beginning to change thanks to recent advancements made in this ever-growing industry. Among the most notable advancements in 3D printing is the … Read More

How to Clean Stainless Steel

Stainless steel, also known as inox steel, is a type of alloy steel that’s made with a minimum of 10.5% chromium. The presence of chromium helps to protect against the otherwise destructive formation of rust and corrosion. As such, many … Read More

Study Finds Wal-Marts Overseas Imports Cost 400,000 US Jobs

The world’s largest retailer is at the center of a new controversy, this time involving a study conducted by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI). According to the EPI, by importing products from China between 2001 and 2013, Wal-Mart either eliminated … Read More