ash billet 201404_#08

[5] mostly the long, slicing cuts down the edges finish cleanly, but sometimes the wood fibres at the end of the billet tear-out before the cut can slice all the way. This leaves a characteristic difference between the smooth, cut surface and the rough, torn surface.

[5] mostly the long, slicing cuts down the edges finish cleanly, but sometimes the wood fibres at the end of the billet tear-out before the cut can slice all the way. This leaves a characteristic difference between the smooth, cut surface and the rough, torn surface.

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[5] mostly the long, slicing cuts down the edges finish cleanly, but sometimes the wood fibres at the end of the billet tear-out before the cut can slice all the way. This leaves a characteristic difference between the smooth, cut surface and the rough, torn surface.

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