Background

A nail consists of a metal rod or shank, pointed at one end and usually
having a formed head at the other, that can be hammered into pieces of
wood or other materials to fasten them together. A nail is usually made of
steel, although it can be made of aluminum, brass, or many other metals.
The surface can be coated or plated to improve its corrosion resistance,
gripping strength, or decorative appearance. The head, shank, and point
may have several shapes based on the intended function of the nail. Of the
nearly 300 types of nails made in the United States today, most are used
in residential housing construction. The average wood frame house uses
between 20,000 and 30,000 nails of various types and sizes.

Nails are divided into three broad categories based on their length. In
general nails under 1 inch (2.5 cm) in length are called

Read More

Background

T-shirts are durable, versatile garments with mass appeal that may be worn
as outerwear or underwear. Since their creation in 1920, T-shirts have
evolved into a two-billion dollar market. T-shirts are available in a
variety of colors, patterns, and styles, such as the standard crew neck
and V-neck, as well as tank tops and scoop necks. T-shirt sleeves may be
short or long, capped, yoked, or raglan. Additional features include
pockets and decorative trim. T-shirts are also popular garments on which
to display one’s interests, tastes, and affiliations using
customized screen prints or heat transfers. Printed shirts may feature
political slogans, humor, art, sports, as well as famous people and
places. T-shirts are also inexpensive promotional vehicles for products
and special events.

T-shirts fit just about anyone in any size, from infants to seniors. Adult
sizes are generally small, medium, large, and extra-large, while sizes for
toddlers are detennined

Read More