Instruments used for working the soil in cramped spaces, such as a flower bed, small clumps, containers and baskets.
Tool with tines curved at right angles, usually used for loosening, aerating and weeding the soil. It is set in a rigid frame, which is part of a movable device that moves the blade vertically and horizontally.
A large range of garden hand tools from Sneeboer that are made to the same high standards as the larger gardening tools but are finished with a cherry wood handle. This thoughtfully designed 26cm long Heart Shaped Planting Trowel by Sneeboer combines a fine cherrywood handle with a very sharp point making it ideal for bulb planting. This perfectly weighted and balanced garden trowel features a hand forged stainless steel blade and a strong cherrywood handle that will last for years. The ideal garden trowel for smaller more delicate gardening tasks and for working in crowded borders.
The Sneeboer Hand Rake is perfect for tidying up and preparing small beds and borders for seed, working away effectively in areas a larger rake would find impossible. The Sneeboer two-pronged weeder loosens the earth around the roots, enabling the weeds to be removed with ease. The Set of 3 Sneeboer Hand Tools comprises the popular Short Fat Trowel, versatile Hand Fork and the very useful Weed Gouger. One of those rare tools that you will never be able to manage without once you have used one, the three high quality steel tines are tough enough to dig and cultivate soils of all types and conditions.
The Sneeboer Long Thin Trowel is ideal for planting out long rooted seedlings and plants like sweet peas when you require a deep narrow planting hole. The Sneeboer Weed Gouger is perfect for getting to those difficult tap root weeds and digging dandelions out of the lawn without making a crater. This specially designed potting trowel is a pleasure to use as its clever design helps you to pot up even in tight areas without spilling the soil.
The ingenious narrowing 16cm blade of the Sneeboer Ultimate Flowerbed Trowel allows for accurate planting and transplanting of young plants without damaging any existing specimens nearby. Let us keep you informed about special offers, new products and future updates to this site.Sign up here! 4 basic upholstery tool all are immensely popular and will cover all the main basic needs of upholstery & re-upholstery work. A wireframe helps you organize and simplify the elements and content within a website and is an essential tool in the development process. The wireframe acts as a prototype that shows the placement of page features, such as header, footer, content, sidebars, and navigation. Creating a wireframe gives the client, developer, and designer an opportunity to take a critical look at the structure of the website and allows them to make revisions easily early on in the process. Figure 1: This simple wireframe sketch for the Coastal Capital Partners website (now renamed Broad Reach Retail Partners) was used to create graphic mockups and, eventually, the final design.
Figure 3: Low-fidelity wireframe for the Embrace Pet Community, by Jesse Bennett-Chamberlain of 31Three. Figure 4: A preliminary mockup of a social conferencing tool built on Tiddlywiki for use at Le Web 3. Figure 6: A wireframe for the Embrace Pet Community, by Jesse Bennett-Chamberlain of 31Three.
When creating a wireframe, working in grayscale helps maintain focus on the primary function of the process, which is to finalize the layout, not the design (see Figure 3).
Color can, however, prove useful when showing the location of each call to action.  Because one page may contain several calls to action, prioritizing them is important.
I recently worked on a project that had a very vibrant logo, which, in that case, was the primary call to action because it represented a newly launched magazine. When you use color, you can more easily tell if certain elements are overpowering the primary call to action.
Color can gradually be added to the wireframe as the project advances, which is more efficient than moving ahead with mockups before the location of elements is locked down. Like other aspects of your development process, wireframing can have its pitfalls if not carried out properly. If you are interested in learning more about wireframes, Wireframe Magazine is a great resource that shares samples, discusses techniques, and solves problems related to information architecture. Creating a wireframe for your client’s website provides an effective communication tool for all parties involved. Even building a simple wireframe will save time in the long run and ease the development process for the designer, developer, and client. WDD staff are proud to be able to bring you this daily blog about web design and development.


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And if your a fan of old catalogs, photos, and other paper items related to old manufacturers of hand tools, check out Gary Robert’s Toolemera web site. In ShopNotes 95, I wrote an article about some quick (and some unusual ways) you can keep rust at bay on your hand and power tools. The editors here at Woodsmith and ShopNotes magazines see a lot of new products come across our desks. Eagle Jigs is a small company out of Kansas City, Missouri that seem to come up with some good ideas. One of the fundamental definitions of a sharp edge is the intersection of two flat surfaces that meet at some angle. There’s a running discussion over on WoodNet about if, when, and how you flatten the backs of your chisels. I don’t know about you, but when I have to do some work around the house or somewhere away from the shop, I usually use a five-gallon bucket with a Bucket Boss to transport my tools.
I wanted a rougher finish than the mirror smooth one that came out of my thickness planer, so I sanded at an angle across the grain with 80 grit, to give the look and feel I wanted.
As I was stepping out to do a seminar on hand planes and scrapers at the Woodsmith Store last week, I noticed a couple of new items on Randy’s desk.
After five minutes of tweaking the smoother, I was taking whisper-thin shavings off a birdseye maple board.
Gary makes only four designs at this time, the smoother and the jack that I tried out and a fore plane and jointer. Your measurements can be viewed in either decimal inches, decimal feet, centimeters, or feet and inches (as shown in thumbnail at right). Personally, I think they misnamed it.  Why?  Because in the photo on this page, the Amish man is using a hand plane (looks like a No. Besides the style of chair they specialize in, the biggest difference between the two seems to be their level of notoriety.
Also extremely useful for removing tap rooted weeds (like dandelions) and reaching into difficult area in the garden for general weeding. If you want to develop a site that accurately matches the client’s requirements and minimize project revisions, wireframing will keep you on track. These software options come with pre-packaged elements that allow you to easily create flowchart representations of your wireframe. Tools like these were created especially for the purpose of generating wireframes, and they have easy-to-use prototyping capabilities. Personally, I use Photoshop because I like the way it organizes the process and how easily I can convert the file into a mockup. The key is to keep it simple enough to be clear to the client and to be flexible for the designer, but detailed enough to guide the programmer. When creating elements for a wireframe, it’s best to work in grayscale so that you can focus on the layout without being distracted by the design.
Have a clear understanding of how your client wants users to respond to the page before creating your wireframe.
In a best-case scenario, your client will have already supplied you with the elements that should appear on each page, such as the logo, ads, Flash or video players, features, navigation sections, and sidebar, header, and footer elements. Another risk of working in color is that the client may mistake the wireframe for the final mockup. This process still falls under the realm of wireframing, rather than mockup design, because element locations are still being determined.
You can always add more detail later, but if you include too much in the begining, the client may confuse the wireframe for the final mockup.
The most obvious is setting bit heights on your router and blade heights on your table saw. He had just received two new planes from the Blum Tool Company, a small firm in Walnut, Iowa. Instead they use a small blade which is attached to a massive (?”-thick) adjustable, frog-like device. Prices are more than reasonable, ranging from $199 for the smoother to $245 for the jointer. To eliminate possible error, the DigiTape from Starrett has an internal optical sensor that accurately reads a bar code printed on the blade. Maybe we ought to offer to go teach the marketing folks at HomerWood a little about hand tools. It requires two steady hands to move back and forth across your sharpening media of choice.  But at around $140, I think the trade off is worth it!


Boggs has been published many times in woodworking magazines through the years and is well-known nationally. If you’re very precise with sketching, you could even use this as your final wireframe. As mentioned, you could create a high-fidelity wireframe, but doing this early in the development process could be confusing for the client, who may mistake it for a final draft. A sitemap is a useful tool for any website and would definitely be helpful to refer to during the development process.
If you do not have this information yet, meet with your client and get (or create) a sitemap.
Even though a wireframe can influence the design, adding graphics and color would probably only distract from its purpose.
I remember moving into our second home of our marriage and almost losing every tool I owned because I kept them in the basement. They seem to have a knack for developing products that solve real problems in the woodworking shop. The triangles are similar to the aluminum Swanson Speed Square you’d use for framing a house. After that, the only time I work on the back is to remove any burr after I’ve honed the edge. I wasn’t planning on doing an extensive setup or anything, but I wanted to at least see how they worked. I already liked the way they felt in my hand (very light weight with a comfortable tote), and clearly they were serious tools—not just eye candy. It also automatically adds the length of the case for inside measurements and you can flip the display for easy reading from either side of the tape. And for those of us with 100-year old hardwood floors, we spend a lot of time sanding and refinishing to get a smooth surface for our stocking feet. New York state woodworker Peter Galbert is in a class right up there with Boggs, as well as most other master craftsman chairmakers.
Until recently, I had never heard of Galbert, a man who has obviously found his purpose in life.
To distinguish between and categorize various elements, show shapes and outlines in different shades of gray. If you are re-designing existing elements, you can gather them from a careful review of the website. Actually, the basement was more like a root cellar and whenever it rained, water poured through the walls. You can either read the measurement on the fully graduated blade or the electronic display located on the top of the case.
In this scenario, be sure to first confirm with your client that you will not be required to add or remove elements, because not having a clear understanding of their expectations will slow down the process. There you can find photos, instruction manuals, and catalogs that tool collectors have uploaded to share with everyone.
It wasn’t until years later that I was able to jack up the house, replace the foundation, and finally have a dry basement for a shop. One side of the triangle has small holes — like the Incra Marking Rules — for the tip of your pencil for drawing and marking lines parallel to an edge. And they had a very unusual blade and adjustment arrangement, But I’ve seen good-looking wooden planes before and been a little disappointed. Campbell Folk School, the Penland School of Crafts in Penland, North Carolina and has presented seminars on chairmaking at Colonial Williamsburg. I’ve used OWWM frequently when I needed a manual for an old tool that somehow managed to find its way into my garage shop. I would advise going to a saddle shop and getting vegetable tan leather for the inner fittings, so that you don’t have too many salts in the leather eating your tools.
I used masking tape to avoid a mess with the epoxy, and used a slower set epoxy and brass screws to hold the sides together during gluing.
For a lark (and because I thought they’d at least make good window dressing at the seminar) I took them both with me to the store.



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