notched trowel is a rectangular shaped tool with regularly spaced notches along one or more sides used to apply adhesive when adhering tile, or laying synthetic floor surfaces. other forms of trowel include: garden trowel, a tool with a pointed, scoop-shaped metal blade and wooden, metal, or plastic handle.
gaming chair, legless, curved/l-shaped, generally upholstered, and sometimes contains built-in electronic devices like loudspeakers and vibration to enhance the video game experience; the five main types of gaming chairs are bean bags, rockers, pedestals, racers, and cockpits; garden egg chair, designed by peter ghyczy and a modernist classic
the wooden portions are much decayed, but it would appear to be byzantine work of the 6th century, and to be really an ancient sedia gestatoria. it has ivory carvings representing the labours of hercules. a few pieces of an earlier oaken chair have been let in; the existing one, gregorovius says, is of acacia wood. the legend that this was the .
an arbour is generally regarded as a wooden bench seat with a roof, usually enclosed by lattice panels forming a framework for climbing plants. a pergola, on the other hand, is a much larger and more open structure and does not normally include integral seating.
a hoe is an ancient and versatile agricultural and horticultural hand tool used to shape soil, remove weeds, clear soil, and harvest root crops.shaping the soil includes piling soil around the base of plants , digging narrow furrows and shallow trenches for planting seeds or bulbs.weeding with a hoe includes agitating the surface of the soil or cutting foliage from roots, and clearing soil .
a long, curved and backless bench. improvised street bench in naples italy , made from wooden pallet. a park bench in the drottningholm palace park. benches facing each other in niagara falls, ontario. often benches are simply named for the place they are used, regardless of whether this implies a specific design. park benches are set as seating places within public parks, and vary in the .
curved and flexible rulers the equivalent of a ruler for ding or reproducing a smooth curve, where it takes the form of a rigid template, is known as a french curve . a flexible device which can be bent to the desired shape is known as a flat spline , or in its more modern incarnation a flexible curve .
the cutting edge of the falchion is curved, widening toward the point, and has a strht, unsharpened back edge. the machete differs from the falchion mainly in the lack of a guard and a simpler hilt, though some machetes do have a guard for greater hand protection during work. the kopis is an ancient greek weapon comparable to the machete.
the englischer garten german: ˈʔɛŋlɪʃɐ ˈɡaʁtn̩ , english garden is a large public park in the centre of munich, bavaria, stretching from the city centre to the northeastern city limits.it was created in 1789 by sir benjamin thompson 1753–1814 , later count rumford reichsgraf von rumford , for prince charles theodore, elector of bavaria.
an axe sometimes ax in american english; see spelling differences is an implement that has been used for millennia to shape, split and cut wood, to harvest timber, as a weapon, and as a ceremonial or heraldic symbol.the axe has many forms and specialised uses but generally consists of an axe head with a handle, or helve.. before the modern axe, the stone-age hand axe was used from 1.5 .
used to make a pattern for foundries, often from wood, but also plastics. a patternmaker's lathe looks like a heavy wood lathe, often with a turret and either a leadscrew or a rack and pinion to manually position the turret. the turret is used to accurately cut strht lines. they often have a provision to turn very large parts on the other .
joinery is a part of woodworking that involves joining together pieces of wood or lumber, to produce more complex items. some wood joints employ fasteners, bindings, or adhesives, while others use only wood elements. the characteristics of wooden joints - strength, flexibility, toughness, appearance, etc. - derive from the properties of the materials involved and the purpose of the joint.
'bench planes' are characterized by having their cutting bevel facing down and attached to a chipbreaker. most metal bench planes, and some larger wooden ones, are designed with a rear handle known as a tote. 'block planes' are characterized by the absence of a chipbreaker and the cutting iron bedded with the bevel up. the block plane is a .
a dibber or dibble or dibbler is a pointed wooden stick for making holes in the ground so that seeds, seedlings or small bulbs can be planted. dibbers come in a variety of designs including the strht dibber, t-handled dibber, trowel dibber, and l-shaped dibber.
there are few survivals of ancient greek and roman furniture, but a number of images in reliefs, painted pottery and other media.it was normally made of wood, but expensive examples were often fitted with metalwork elements, which have a better chance of survival.
repurposing is the use of a tool being re-channeled into being another tool, usually for a purpose unintended by the original tool-maker. typically, repurposing is done using items usually considered to be junk, garbage, or obsolete.
a sawhorse with a wide top is particularly useful to support a board for sawing or as a field workbench, and is more useful as a single, but also more difficult to store. a sawhorse can also be used as the base for a portable work table by placing a sheet of 19 mm 3 ⁄ 4 inch plywood or even a door on top of two sawhorses.