The word lamp is derived from the Greek word lampas meaning torch and refers to a lighting source in various forms using a multiplicity of fuels dating back to the dawn of man. Englishman Sir Humphrey Davy developed the first electric lamp in 1801, a... Read More »
Scottish physicist, James Clerk Maxwell first predicted the existence of radio waves during the 1860?s and by the year 1886 Heinrich Rudolf Hertz demonstrated that rapid variations of electric current could be projected into the atmosphere as radio w... Read More »
Produce extra fine lines over any surface with Master's Magic Graining Pens. Special tip allows continous flow writing in quick drying, permanent inks.... Read More »
A drum or drummer.
A small wooden embroidery frame consisting of two concentric hoops between which fabric is stretched.
Embroidery made on such a frame.
A rolling front or top for a desk or table, consisting of nar... Read More »
Ductwork used in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) delivers and removes air to control a structures ambient environment. Floor registers, also known as vent covers are necessary for buildings that use ductwork to deliver forced air t... Read More »
Rubbing out a finish involves the abrasion of the surface with very fine sandpaper to remove surface defects and level it out, then polish to the desired sheen. Traditionally this was accomplished by hand using pumice and rottenstone, an effective bu... Read More »