A computer enclosure is like a clean room that surrounds and protects your computer equipment, defending it against dripping oils and lubricants, shielding it from dust and abrasive particles, cooling the hot components with modern fans, and allowing it to breathe fresh air. Since space is at a premium on most factory floors, it is […]

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The sensitive components within computer processors and monitors cannot withstand the hustle and bustle of a busy shop floor. Without protection, they will become coated with dust, oil, powder, and other airborne particulates. An enclosure can shield your computer from dangers presented by the environment, but there’s one problem: your equipment still needs to breathe. […]

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Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, typically shortened to ABS, is a common amorphous, thermoplastic polymer. It is typically polymerized through emulsion, though a lot of ABS plastic is formed through the recycling of other ABS plastic. Although other materials are available, ABS plastic is often used in the construction of protective enclosures. Why do so many consumers […]

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Although technological buzz tends to revolve around small screens these days – phones, tablets, even watches – big screens are growing in popularity as well. They allow you to display a significant amount of content at once, whether text, graphics, videos, or images. If you take a look around, you’ll find these sizable screens everywhere: lobbies, boardrooms, auditoriums, offices, retail stores, factories […]

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The term hygroscopy refers to the phenomenon of attracting and retaining water molecules from the surrounding environment. Paper is quite hygroscopic, so ambient humidity and changes in temperature can influence its weight, thickness, and rigidity. This can cause a variety of issues in moist environments, especially when printers are involved. Thus, it’s important to understand how humidity affects printers […]

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Dust can produce a plethora of problems in warehouses and manufacturing spaces. The demands we place on electrical equipment in these dust-laden industrial environments greatly outweigh the demands placed on office computers and printers. Even after using industry best practices for facility dust management, the dust, fibers, and particulates can harm printers, PCs, and other important […]

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Downtime frustrates every business owner. Whether your computer crashes, your copier breaks, or your labels will not print, we understand the frustration of out-of-order IT and barcode and label equipment. By definition, downtime refers to “time during which a machine, especially a computer, is out of action or unavailable for use” (source). Not only is it frustrating […]

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