A rack of steel carbide burs, in a variety of sizes, is displayed. Place the bits in your power tool, and use them to rotate, smooth, shape, or sharpen. Used by professionals or by do-it-yourselfers, carbide burs are an important toolbox accessory.
Digital illustration of a candy cane, a hard, cane-shaped stick of candy that is traditionally given at Christmas time. Legend tells us that, in 1670, a German choirmaster created a sugar stick in this shape to represent a shepherd staff.
Family trees usually start with the oldest generations at the top of the chart and the newer generations at the bottom. When presented this way, the shape more closely resembles an upside-down tree, with roots at the top and branches at the bottom.
An isolated anvil photographed on a white background, to be used in crafting jewelry. The shiny anvil is used by the craftsman or jeweler to pound, manipulate, and shape metal jewelry, including necklaces, rings, and earrings, into the desired forms.
A variety of jewelry tools are placed in a line on a wooden jeweler's bench. The tools include a rasp, a hammer, a file, and tweezers. A hot flame can be used to shape and manipulate metals into desired, creative shapes.
A black rotary tool with a grinding stone mounted is photographed on a white background. This handy, electric tool can be used to grind, smooth, and sand metal with just the flick of a switch. Design and shape metal pieces using this equipment.
White and mauve roses cascade over the bride's arm as she walks down the aisle. Ivy and ferns further emphasize the cascading shape of the bouquet. A sheer white ribbon and bow add a light touch for a summer wedding bouquet.
A primed auto body fender is being prepped for paint, before being finished and installed. While the car you drive may give the appearance of being seamless, cars are made up of hundreds of different auto body parts.