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"Across the grain" is a book by Jean Ferris.
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(and Related Subjects) by K.L. Kosanke, Barry T. Sturman, Robert M. Winokur, B.J. Kosanke
easier along the grain than it does across the grain. To some extent, this is shown below where the two along-grain tears are somewhat straighter than are the two cross-grain tears. (The direction of the grain is indicated ...
by Francis D. K. Ching
end grain Wood grain resulting from a cutacross the grain. crosscut A cut made across the grain of wood. rip To saw wood in the direction ofthe grain.
An Unabridged Reprint of the 1901-2 Edition by Russell Sturgis, Francis A. Davis
Blocks for wood engraving are cut across the grain, but in nearly all other careful workmanship the end grain is avoided, and a perhaps excessive care is shown by modern carpenters and joiuers never to allow this end grain (that is to say, the ...
by Dennis R. Heldman
The grain tank loading auger is often oriented transversely across the grain tank to help distribute grain, or diagonally to lift grain to the top and center of the tank. Grain is typically moved from the grain tank with a system of two or three augers.
by Myles H. Bader
Meat should always be cut across the grain whenever possible; the meat ...
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