Friday, August 16, 2013
One of the greatest TV shows in the ‘80s was The A-Team. This was a band of elite soldiers accused of a crime they did not commit on the run from the government. When you needed help, you needed the A-Team. They had this great black van and a slate of stereotypical characters – the leader, the crazy one, the handsome one, and the muscle who also was afraid of flying. Every show, the team would come into contact with some bad guys, and sometimes the government, and there would be the inevitable montage that showed the team preparing for battle. They would make these ingenious traps, and often times, they would be seen cutting steel plate to deflect incoming bullets. You may not need to deflect bullets, and you probably do not have the skills to work with steel. If you do, however, have a reason that you need steel plate in Miami cut and shaped, there are businesses that can do that for you.
Not the A-Team The A-Team was really good at what they did. Because of their disparate talents and their ability to work together, they were able to achieve a synergy that few other teams in the world ever achieve. It doesn’t hurt that they had writers writing scripts for them, but the point is that even with their team work and their ability to achieve violent solutions with no deaths, they were not as advanced in their metal working prowess as companies who now specialize in that kind of thing.
Technological Advantage While no sane person would want to pit a technological advantage against the A-Team, businesses that cut and shape steel plate in Miami do have a technological advantage. They have plasma cutters and precision hole punchers. They aren’t using acetylene torches unless that is the best tool for the job. These businesses are set up for shaping and cutting steel, whereas the A-Team had to make its own shop out of available materials under a time crunch. You hire the right company to do your metal working, and you will be saying, “I love it when a plan comes together.”
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