Natalie Eastaugh

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Explaining CNC Milling, CNC Turning and CNC Machining

03rd May 2011
Computer Numerical Control (or CNC) means the automation of machine tools, for instance lathes, drill presses and screw machines, which can be found in the ‘machining’ process during which such tools cut metal components to desired dimensions. These machi... Read >

Ways to Effectively Protect Your Cable Harness Assembly

28th April 2011
There is need to seriously consider the issue of protection during cable harness assembly. Saying this is essential because it isn’t enough to just bind components of cable harness with wires without properly shielding them from fire, abrasion, impact dam... Read >

FSDU or FSDUs Are Free Standing Display Units

03rd March 2011
Free standing display units, or FSDUs, are typically used in retail as display points for information. Unlike the shelves of a shop they are free standing, so the content of the FSDU display is separate from the other products. They can hold leaflets and ... Read >

Floor and Wall Padding

01st March 2011
For parents, it is important to the development of their child that they are not ‘wrapped up in cotton wool’. However, allowing your child to play freely does not mean that parents have to compromise on their children’s safety. There are is a wide range o... Read >

The Thinnest Lenses

23rd February 2011
When choosing a pair of glasses, a number of factors have to be considered: the style and shape of frame, the colour and comfort. One way in which the comfort from wearing a pair of glasses can be maximised is by choosing a combination of the lightest pos... Read >

FSDU: Free Standing Display Unit - Where Are They Used and Why

17th February 2011
In these times of austerity which affect business and customers alike, it is very difficult for firms to spare revenue for advertising to attract the attention of customers who seek to limit their spending. A Free Standing Display Unit, however, is a very... Read >

Indoor Cricket Nets

28th January 2011
There are two different types of cricket netting systems, indoor and outdoor. This sounds very simply indeed; however, there is actually quite a large difference between the two systems. The first article will discuss indoor nets in general. Indoor cri... Read >

Normal and Double Aspheric Lenses

01st January 2011
Those of you who wear aspheric lenses will know the many advantages. Conventional lenses are concave and are thicker around the edges, which can make your eyes appear smaller, and slightly distorted. Aspheric lenses are flatter and thinner than convention... Read >

How often should I have my eyes tested?

06th August 2010
How often has a loved one told you 'look after your eyes, you only have one pair'. How right they are, as your eyes can never be replaced. The value of an eye test lay in the early detection of any problem. A problem which could be treated early - and the... Read >

Thinnest Lenses in the world

30th July 2010
The brand new 1.76 double Aspheric plastic lens material is the thinnest lens material available anywhere in the world, however, it is exclusive to an online spectacle store. These very thin lenses are also available in 1.8 Glass (varifocal only) and 1.9 ... Read >

What is Presbyopia and who does it affect

14th July 2010
The definition for presbyopia means "older eye," also known as the "short-arm syndrome", and is a normal part of the eye's aging process that causes the loss of the eye's ability to focus on close objects. The name presbyopia originates from the Greek wor... Read >