quartersaw

Quartersaw vs Quartersawn - What's the difference?

quartersaw | quartersawn |


As verbs the difference between quartersaw and quartersawn

is that quartersaw is (woodworking) cut radially (towards the heart of the log), at right angles to the growth rings, for stability or the production of decorative patterns while quartersawn is .

Riftsawn vs Quartersaw - What's the difference?

riftsawn | quartersaw | see also |

Riftsawn is a see also of quartersaw.


As an adjective riftsawn

is sawn radially, so the annual rings are at an angle of nearly 90° to the faces.

As a verb quartersaw is

(woodworking) cut radially (towards the heart of the log), at right angles to the growth rings, for stability or the production of decorative patterns.

Plainsawn vs Quartersaw - What's the difference?

plainsawn | quartersaw | see also |

Plainsawn is a see also of quartersaw.


As an adjective plainsawn

is flatsawn.

As a verb quartersaw is

(woodworking) cut radially (towards the heart of the log), at right angles to the growth rings, for stability or the production of decorative patterns.

Flatsawn vs Quartersaw - What's the difference?

flatsawn | quartersaw | see also |

Flatsawn is a see also of quartersaw.


As an adjective flatsawn

is sawn without any change of orientation of the blade between planks.

As a verb quartersaw is

(woodworking) cut radially (towards the heart of the log), at right angles to the growth rings, for stability or the production of decorative patterns.

Decorative vs Quartersaw - What's the difference?

decorative | quartersaw |


As an adjective decorative

is .

As a verb quartersaw is

(woodworking) cut radially (towards the heart of the log), at right angles to the growth rings, for stability or the production of decorative patterns.

Stability vs Quartersaw - What's the difference?

stability | quartersaw |


As a noun stability

is the condition of being stable or in equilibrium, and thus resistant to change.

As a verb quartersaw is

(woodworking) cut radially (towards the heart of the log), at right angles to the growth rings, for stability or the production of decorative patterns.

Ring vs Quartersaw - What's the difference?

ring | quartersaw |


As a noun ring

is ring (a place where some sports take place; as, a boxing ring) .

As a verb quartersaw is

(woodworking) cut radially (towards the heart of the log), at right angles to the growth rings, for stability or the production of decorative patterns.

Growth vs Quartersaw - What's the difference?

growth | quartersaw |


As a noun growth

is an increase in size, number, value, or strength.

As a verb quartersaw is

(woodworking) cut radially (towards the heart of the log), at right angles to the growth rings, for stability or the production of decorative patterns.

Log vs Quartersaw - What's the difference?

log | quartersaw |


As a noun log

is law.

As a verb quartersaw is

(woodworking) cut radially (towards the heart of the log), at right angles to the growth rings, for stability or the production of decorative patterns.

Radial vs Quartersaw - What's the difference?

radial | quartersaw |


As an adjective radial

is arranged like rays that radiate from, or converge to a common centre.

As a noun radial

is a radial tire / radial tyre.

As a verb quartersaw is

(woodworking) cut radially (towards the heart of the log), at right angles to the growth rings, for stability or the production of decorative patterns.