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Wood shop 2

wood shop 2 midterm

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cup wood bends from edge to edge
twists woods twists in opposite direction
crown wood bows on the edge from end to end
check missing wood from planing or cutting
thickness distance from face to face
width distance from edge to edge
length distance from end to end
three parts of a board face,edge,end
grain fibers that run the length of a board
crosscutting cutting across the grain from edge to edge
ripping cutting with the grain from end to end
miter cutting an angle across the grain of a piece of wood
bevel cutting an angle with the grain of a piece of wood
two types of wood lumber stock, engineered lumber
lumber stock wood cut from trees
engineered lumber processed wood
plywood layers of wood verner glued up to make thicker stock
MDF medium density fiberboard
particle board sheet stock made from chips of wood and glue
Created by: matthewdodge