cross grain

cross grain

cross gables
Grain in wood not parallel with the long dimensions, or irregular gnarled grain.
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These heads are also used for conventional sanding of pieces that only fit in the machine cross grain.
Tahaamah, Genius Step and Cross Grain have all posted wins on the track's new dirt surface and make a much-anticipated return to action for the Zabeel Stables duo on a competitive and lucrative evening's racing.
Metal FX Films has introduced Metallized Cross Grain Brushed.
Other features include cross grain front panels and two-ply gusseted side rib.
Escher's The Mathemagician which features cross grain wood-cuts of early works with the symmetry and logic of mathematics infringing on the pieces, making them interesting and imaginative at the same time.
The first commonality is that the best way to produce a frame or door with no cross grain actually has nothing to do with the orbital sander itself.
Cross grain penetration in hardwoods is better as the polymer can move deeper into the wood down water carrying vessels.
RSm, which measures the width of the irregularities was generally higher for the cross grain panels than for those with conventional grain and this is possibly due to the biasing effect of the wood anatomy still retained in the evaluation of spacing parameters (Fig.
the viewer learns step-by-step how to plane parts and turn the plane, use the plane against a bench step, cross grain planing, edge and end planing, preparation of stock, and more, culminating in an overall demonstration of techniques in the creation of a kitchen cutting board.
This can be explained by the fact that parallel-parallel plywood joints failed mainly due to bonding surface glue breakage, while cross joints failed mainly because wood pieces tore off from cross grain members.
A Chinese preacher said he had twice seen sacks of Red Cross grain in a state store when visiting his brother in the North Korean border town of Sinuiju.
Wood with cross grains: Where a cross grain appears in a section, the grains are discontinued and virtually no strength remains that results in breakage.