The Beginner’s Guide to Eye Bolts

When most people think of bolts, they envision threaded rods with a solid head. Most bolts feature this traditional design. They consist of a rod with external threading. At the top of this rod is a solid head, which may … Read More

How Does Water Jet Cutting Work?

Cutting is synonymous with the manufacturing industry. To convert raw materials and workpieces into finished products, manufacturing companies must typically cut them. Cutting is simply defined as physically separating or opening a solid object. There are several different types of … Read More

4 Common Types of Plungers

Plungers are commonly used for workpiece positioning applications. Consisting of a rod-shaped body that may or may not feature external threading, they can “lock” and position parts in place. You can find plungers in countless machines. While most of them … Read More

The Beginner’s Guide to Flange Nuts

Nuts are often used when joining two or more objects together. They are fasteners with interior threading that work in conjunction with bolts. After inserting a bolt through the objects, you can twist a nut over the end of the … Read More

Employee Of The Month: Gary McClure

Congratulations Gary McClure on being the Employee Of The Month for October 2021 Nomination Gary has embraced the OneMonroe approach to sales and has had some of our best cross-selling wins. Throughout the pandemic, Gary has never stopped looking for … Read More

What Are Spring-Energized Seals?

Seals are an essential component of many machines and mechanically driven devices. Consisting of O-rings, gaskets and other molded or extruded products, they live up to their namesake by “sealing” a mating surface. Most machines aren’t made of a single … Read More

Why Solar Panels Are a Smart Investment for Your Home

Are you thinking about buying solar panels for your home? Solar has become an increasingly common source of power for both commercial properties and residential properties. According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), roughly 3% of all electricity produced … Read More