Wonder How To » Show & Tell for Creators & Doers understanding-japanese-chisels Plant Blog Ridiculously Responsive Social Sharing Buttons » Posted on April 1st, 2014 at 13:04 in Social Media. We love responsive and we love sharing. Find them here: or get the code on Github. The Positive Impact of Good UX on Non-profits » Posted on March 21st, 2014 at 12:03 in User Behavior, User Experience. At Plant we do a lot of work with non-profits and are therefore always on the lookout for ways to up their impact so we can help increase awareness and generate as many donations as possible. That’s why this independent study from U1 Group piqued our interest. The result? 2. 3. The conclusion: optimising user experiences has a measurable (and considerable) effect on the bottom line: maximising online donations. Source: Back to Basics: Writing Hyperlinks » Posted on March 12th, 2014 at 16:03 in User Behavior. Take aways: 1. Underlined blue text is still the most obvious visual indicator of a link. 2.
Top 40 Useful Sites To Learn New Skills | This and That... The web is a powerful resource that can easily help you learn new skills. You just have to know where to look. Sure, you can use Google, Yahoo, or Bing to search for sites where you can learn new skills , but I figured I’d save you some time. Here are the top 40 sites I have personally used over the last few years when I want to learn something new. Hack a Day - Hack a Day serves up fresh hacks (short tutorials) every day from around the web and one in-depth ‘How-To hack’ guide each week.eHow - eHow is an online community dedicated to providing visitors the ability to research, share, and discuss solutions and tips for completing day-to-day tasks and projects.Wired How-To Wiki - Collaborate with Wired editors and help them build their extensive library of projects, hacks, tricks and tips.
3D Router, a CNC without computer. > 3D Router Plans View larger Next Online only 3D Router Plans You'll get a link to download a zip file with detailed plans, English and Spanish instructions, cutting list, etc. See the FAQ for further information Visit the 3D Router topic in the Forum More info Included with the plans: -Instructions in English and Spanish. Plans Sample 3D Router on Blog 3D Router on Forum Related topics on forum Related articles on blog Last blog articles Making a Push Stick A Push Stick made using the Scroll Saw accessory of the Portable Workshop, as always I'll start printing the [...] Shop Sign Paoson To show you how my new Scroll Saw works I am gonna create a Shop Sign using 3mm opal methacrylate and transparent [...] Make your own Scroll Saw This is my most recent project. Layout SketchUp/Printing in Several Pages In this article I'd like to show you some useful tips to make presentations with SketchUp and Layout, and how to [...] See all
D*I*Y Planner | the best thing in printing since Gutenberg Buyer's Guide To Woodworking Chisels (5/13) | Wood And Shop Woodworking Hand Tool Buying Guide #5: Chisels (Part 5/13) By Joshua Farnsworth Introduction to Buying Chisels It’s easy to spend way to much money on the wrong chisels. After several months you’ll discover that it doesn’t work as you had hoped. I’ll talk about the three types of chisels that you need to get started with the basics: Bench chisels, Mortising chisels, and paring chisels. Main Chisel Types (Bench, Mortise, Paring): Before you start buying chisels I want to simplify a couple things. Handles: Socket vs. Most western chisels are either “socket” or “tang” style: To start off I’d recommend that you look for socket chisels: Although the socket chisels are a tad harder to make than a tang handle, the socket chisel handles are much more durable. Wood or Plastic Handles? I prefer wood handles because of the balance it gives to the chisel. Best Brands of Chisels (Vintage and New): [one_half_last boxed=”true”] [/one_half_last] 1. Buy a Set of Bevel-Edge Bench Chisels My Favorite Vintage Chisels
All-in-One Workbench, Building Instructions – One Minute Workbench Description These instructions are a complete guide that will show you how to build this all-in-one workbench, step by step. All of the materials used in the design are very common, and easy to find at Home Depot or Lowes. About the plans: Includes Imperial (U.S.) VersionIncludes Metric VersionEasy to follow and very visual (at least one image for every step).Formatted for normal sized (8.5″ x 11″) printer paper, so you can print them at home.They include:A complete shopping list for the materials you need.A complete list of parts you need to cut with all the dimensions necessary (with images).Instructions on how to obtain all the parts you need from the least amount of materials (with images).A separate set of instructions for building the Twin Screw Vise. These instructions were written with beginners in mind, so no matter your skill level, these plans should make it a fairly easy build. Workbench Features: U.S. 72″ Long x 32″ deep x 37.5″ tallWork Surface: 48″ wide x 32″ deep x 37.5″ tall