cross grain

cross grain

cross gables
Grain in wood not parallel with the long dimensions, or irregular gnarled grain.
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Cross Grain Brewhouse, which opened in late 2015, added outlets built into dining tables and other seating areas in the restaurant.
The print used in the 1st and 3rd borders is directional, so Pam cut the side borders on the lengthwise grain and the top and bottom borders on the cross grain to keep the print oriented the same way throughout the quilt.
A grid-marked cutting mat is especially effective, as the fabric's cross grain and selvage edges can be lined up to the lines of the mat to render it square.
Starting with a 36-grit you go cross grain to help level out the individual boards.
Indents, which cross grain boundaries and precipitations as well as grain boundary of carbides, indicate higher hardness values, corresponding to the fact that an interface increases the hardness.
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.
The unique tooth design eliminates most "filling" problems and doesn't gouge into wood or snag cross grain.
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.