Industrial machine bloggers should definitely look into whole body vibration units

Industrial machine bloggers should definitely look into whole body vibration units


I love being an industrial blogger. Seriously. There’s just something about machines that really gets me excited.

I get up in the morning thinking about machines. It’s as if I have these gears stuck in my head. I am, of course, not talking about physical gears. I’m talking about ideas.

A lot of people are driven by money, some are driven by sex, others are driven by the need to conquer or to shape things. Me, I’m driven by ideas. I live, breathe, eat ideas. And the more I see these ideas solve key human problems, the more I see these manifestations take the form of prototypes that actually work, the more excited I get.

It’s as if I get caught in this upward spiral. I start with an idea, I look at different manifestations or implementations of that idea, I check out the different proofs of concepts, and I see these concepts play out or get tested in the real world.

I then size them up on my blog, listing their pros and cons, advantages and disadvantages as well as their probability of achieving some sort of commercial mass appeal. Then everything pretty much falls into place because these ideas are either picked up or are incorporated in other ideas.

This is what gets me up in the morning. This is what gives my life a tremendous amount of meaning. And one of the best things that I like about being an industrial machine blogger is the fact that I’m always introduced to new technology.

You probably already know that the problems facing humanity are absolutely old. There’s no such thing as a new problem. The problem may take a new form, but the essence or the core of the problem is timeless.

People still need to eat. People still need to get along. People still need to relieve themselves. People still need to get from Point A to Point B, and on and on it goes.

The list of human needs is actually long, but predictable. This defies historical period, this defies cultural background, this defies geographic limitations. I’m not saying that people are unchanging, I’m not saying that we are all the same, but there’s a lot of similarity there.

And when you look at the different ideas that impact these problems, you start connecting the dots. You start seeing that one solution actually impacts other problems, which lead to even better solutions that go back to the initial implementation.

And one of the most important developments that I’ve been exposed to likely involve whole body vibration units. These things are amazing to look at. These things involve a tremendous amount of technology.

What really excites me about them is that all this plays out in a form that looks like it doesn’t take much technology. In other words, they make it look easy, and that’s what’s so awesome about it.

I don’t know about you, but as an industrial machine blogger, I really look at machines as a form of poetry. The more flawless, compact and seemingly easy and effortless it appears, the more I know that there’s a tremendous amount of planning and attention to detail that went into the schematics for that machine. It’s a work of art and it speaks to me on so many different levels.

So do yourself a big favor, look into whole body vibration units. You’d be surprised at the science. You’d be blown away by the mechanical engineering involved. It really takes attention to detail to a whole other level.

I’m not just saying that. It is the truth. When you pick these apart, you would be blown away. Seriously.