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.

log

Translingual

(Logarithm)

Symbol

(head)
  • logarithm
  • if x=b^y then \log_{b}(x)=y

    Hyponyms

    * (logarithm) (with base e) ln, lb

    Usage notes

    If not specified, the assumed base of the logarithm is either 10 or e, depending on context.

    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