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industrial lab tables
11.28.2018 | kelsie

Dr. Frankenstein’s 21st Century Lab

The 21st Century Industrial Lab Dr. Frankenstein might have created more and better monsters if he’d had the right lab furniture and equipment. Labs of the 1930s were just not that sophisticated in terms of industrial lab tables, lab benches, and industrial worktables, and the science was not nearly as advanced as it is today. That’s not

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clinic labs
11.14.2018 | Don Carlson

Labs for the Clinically Maintained

Clinic Labs Probably the only thing guaranteed in life is that things will go wrong. One of the biggest things to happen in the recent decade is the rise of urgent care clinics. Visits to urgent care increased by 19% from 2010 to 2015. The high costs and long wait times of hospital visits have

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science lab design
11.06.2018 | Don Carlson

The Next Einstein Could Be In Your Classroom

In the wise words of University of Rochester department of Physics and Astronomy professor, Frank L.H. Wolfs, “The laboratory is not a contest whose object is to get the ‘right answer.’ The purpose is to learn how to gain knowledge by looking at reality, not an attempt to make reality conform to preconceptions.” And that’s

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11.05.2018 | Don Carlson

Austin Company Moves to Elgin to Expand

Full Article on austinbusinessjournal.com Office space in Austin has recently been vacated by a company taking its expansion plans 19 miles eastbound on U.S. Highway 290. OnePointe Solutions LLC was founded in Austin in 2007, but the company’s next growth spurt will occur at its relocated headquarters in nearby Elgin. The research laboratory furnishings company

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11.02.2018 | Don Carlson

Company to Bring 50 Jobs to City

Full Article on elgincourier.com An Austin company wants to bring at least 50 new jobs to Elgin later this year. Elgin City Council approved an economic development agreement between the City of Elgin and OnePointe Solutions. The agreement was approved via a resolution at council’s meeting April 3. OnePointe Solutions makes specialized furniture for research

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testing lab
11.01.2018 | Don Carlson

Is That Supposed to Be Smoking?

“Is that supposed to be smoking?” A phrase you don’t ever want to hear in a testing lab. Either you need to get a new partner, or there’s something seriously wrong with your equipment or school laboratory furniture. When you’re getting to the level of advanced solution combinations in a chemistry or university lab setting,

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school laboratory furniture
10.22.2018 | Don Carlson

Furnishing the Future – School Laboratory Furniture

You find yourself perusing through the school hallways when one class, in particular, strikes your interest. It’s empty, as is every classroom 30 minutes after the buses arrive in bulk to chauffeur students back home, but this one looks a little different than the rest. It’s as if the student’s and teacher failed to store supplies

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workbench
10.10.2018 | Don Carlson

Customize, Don’t Compromise

What good is a workbench if it isn’t tailored to fit your exact needs and specifications? That would essentially be as effective as that hand-me-down hoody from your big brother, which, in theory, should keep you from the cold weather that’s coming, but when that pullover is three sizes too big, it provides you with

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