Decorative Concrete Engravers Do It Groovy wrote about a post on Concrete Dust which refers to another post on Groov-E-News all of which discusses the impact higher shipping costs can have on a business.

The articles are about the efforts of someone at Engrave-A-Crete to make a simple design change in the decorative concrete templates that company produces for decorative concrete engravers.  When their major shipping source changed minimum sizes and rates for over sized packages, the templates were going to be more costly to ship.  UNLESS someone cut them differently.  They must be cut anyway, but that is a good company looking out for customers to take a minute and figure out what will benefit all.

Decorative Concrete Engravers Do It Groovy found a post at Groov-E-News with some easy, common sense tips about routine equipment maintenance.  Take care of the tools because they’re going to be taking care of you.

DCEDIG says that Concrete Dust has a post about the Groov-E-News article that puts the girls’ spin on the maintenance topic…a beauty routine!

Decorative Concrete Engravers Do It Groovy wrote about a post at Concrete Dust mentioning tips given at Groov-E-News.

The tip was about applying inside epoxy during decorative concrete engraving project.  A common sense gauge to use when trying to get the proper thickness is, WALAHH– a butter knife.