plain-sawn

plain-sawn, bastard-sawn, flat-grained, flat-sawn, slash-sawn

plain-sawn
Descriptive of wood sawn so that the annual rings intersect the wide face at an angle of less than 45°.
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Established in 1903 and located in Union City, Indiana, Frank Miller produces exceptionally fine quartersawn and plain-sawn hardwoods for manufacturers of fine furniture, cabinets, architectural millwork and flooring.
Interior highlights include 18-foot ceilings and three fireplaces encased in a soaring floating wall of plain-sawn cherry.
White oak tong has been a favorite with users and is available in all the "flavors" of production: rift cut, quartered and plain-sawn, said Ben Barrett, president of Berkshire Veneer Co.
Effects of wood grain direction and density, staple gage, and leg penetration depth on load-withdrawal displacement characteristics of SENCO[R] staples in plain-sawn lumber were investigated.
Prisms were cut from plain-sawn lumber (with annual rings at angles of 0 to 45 degrees with the wide surface).
Three staple withdrawal directions were with reference to the plain-sawn lumber wide surfaces as shown in Figure 1.