Comparison of Tangential (Plain Sawn) to Radial (Quarter Sawn)Dimensional Change When Moisture is Added or Removed
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Students investigate the dimensional changes that occur in wood samples when moisture is added and subtracted. The shapes and sizes of the pieces are compared and contrasted to decide which is best for cabinetry construction.
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