wood grain

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Noun1.wood grain - texture produced by the fibers in woodwood grain - texture produced by the fibers in wood
grain - the direction, texture, or pattern of fibers found in wood or leather or stone or in a woven fabric; "saw the board across the grain"
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HP says the wood grain patterns will vary between individual laptops, as you'd hope and expect.
The resulting variations in wood grain (fiber) direction strongly affect the strength of the wood; even a small deviation in grain direction significantly weakens the lumber.
Students could stop there and have wonderful "wood-grain prints" (I shared some of Morrison's wood grain prints for examples).
Resolution I is a high-solids finish that penetrates and fills wood grain with deep UV and moisture protection.
"The precast molds were made of standard handset forms lined with an architectural wood grain rubber stamp," explains Brian Shaffer, Tarlton Concrete project manager.
is in the process of resetting the produce departments of some 2,000 of its stores with wood grain reusable plastic containers (RPCs), notes Tony Mosco, North American VP of sales for Polymer Logistics, one of two companies now supplying the Bentonville, Ark.-based mega-retailer with new RPCs.
"It gives it some really pretty coloring." Adds Cynthia: "People aren't seeing the beauty--they see the devastation, but there's also a beauty to this wood grain." Bowls: $20 to $95 retail.
It's called EASIpanel and is basically MDF tongue-and-groove panels with a realistic wood grain finish that simply sticks to the wall.
This is the same process used by gun and automotive manufacturers to print camouflage and wood grain patterns on their products.
Simply stir the wax, brush it on in the direction of the wood grain and leave it for 10-20 minutes before buffing it off with a soft cloth.