Flatsawn vs Quartersaw - What's the difference?

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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.

flatsawn

English

Adjective

(-)
  • Sawn without any change of orientation of the blade between planks.
  • quartersaw

    English

    Alternative forms

    *quarter saw *quarter-saw

    Verb

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

    *flatsawn *plainsawn *riftsawn