Power supplies – they are ever present for most of us, both at work and at home. They come in all sizes and levels of quality and for myriad purposes. Even with such variations they have some things in common – their universal dislike of moisture, heat, and dirt – which I like to refer to as the electronic axis of evil.
Here are a few of the most important rules to maximize the life of your power supply:
Back in June the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA) were predicting a significant decline in business conditions during the 2012 summer months. This report samples 114 metal forming companies in the U.S. and Canada and is an economic indicator for manufacturing. However, by July PMA had modified their predictions considerably and are now expecting a slight uptick in business conditions over the next three months.
July’s report shows that 19% of participants anticipate economic activity will improve (up from 11% in June), 45% say it will remain unchanged (57% said unchanged in June), and 36% say activity will decline (32% said so in June).
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Current Predictions for Manufacturing Business Conditions
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