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Grain of the wood

Christopher Bush

Grain of the wood

by Christopher Bush

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] Michael Home [pseud.]
The Physical Object
Pagination262 p.
Number of Pages262
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15001796M

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With The Grain: A Craftsman's Guide to Understanding Wood Hardcover – January 1, out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover $ 3 /5(3).

You’ll learn the basics of cutting, stacking and drying the wood, if you should ever have the privilege of harvesting your own lumber. Like all Lost Art Press books, “With the Grain” is printed and bound in the United States on acid-free paper.

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Understanding wood and working in harmony with it in every stage from tree to tabletop is what this book is all about: how wood grows, how it is sawn and dried, how it responds to variations in humidity and temperature, how the orientation of grain, as well as methods of joinery, combine to produce a finished piece that will be stable under.

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Grain Means texture, too Texture means the relative size as well as the amount of variation in size of the wood cells. It's the cells and how they're arranged in bands called rays, and the size and distribution of pores, that make the difference between fine-textured wood and coarse-textured wood.

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Face-grain is exactly what it seems: the flat surface of the board. Face-grain has the most complex patterns. In most instances face-grain patterns are broad, widely spaced, and run perpendicular with the length of the board. Most wood surfaces will be cut at a slight angle, your grain lines will not be perfectly square to the wood form.

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The technique is used to beautify a variety of objects such as furniture, violins, guitars. End grain is what shows when you cut directly across the log, board or block of wood. Plain grain is what you get when wood is cut parallel to the grain and the growth rings.

Quarter grain is achieved by cutting wood parallel to the grain and across the growth rings, according to. The terms grain and texture are commonly used rather loosely in connection with wood. Grain is often used in reference to annual rings, as in fine grain and coarse grain, but it is also used to indicate the direction of fibers, as in straight grain, spiral grain, and curly grain.

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Causes including fungus, burls, stress, knots, special grain alignments, and others produce figure in wood. Book matching is the most common technique and is often used with plain, quarter or rift sliced veneers. Slip Match Consecutive leaves of veneer are slid or "slipped" across each other and joined side by side, creating a repeating grain pattern across the panel.

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