United Grinding sets the benchmark with an excellent episode of In The ShopClick image to enlargeThe first episode of United Grinding’s new video series In The Shop has landed and it’s pretty darn good.

Host Kevis Mitchell and application engineer Chad Mahurin discuss how to build, dress, balance and measure a tool grinding wheel pack to ensure the most accurate and repeatable results from your tool grinding process.

Aside from an excellent performance by the host Mitchell, the video stands out for its high-quality production, clean, professional aesthetic and its straight-forward information delivery. There’s no filler in here and all the on-camera personalities are succinct and comfortable on camera. If your industrial company is looking to make its own informational video series, consider taking some inspiration from United Grinding’s In The Shop.

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