To bend as a result of shrinkage specifically across the width of a piece of wood.
deviation from a flat plane of the narrow face, edge-to-edge. Caused by a change in moisture content after surfacing. Tends to loosen fasteners.
Distortion of a board on which there is a deviation flat-wise from a straight line across the width of the board.
(Jargon Rating= 4) The newer method of snowboard construction is cap construction where, confusingly the board is still made of layers but the topsheet is pulled down over the edges of the board to add further protection.
A lumber defect referring to a deviation from a straight line drawn edge to edge across the face of a piece of lumber.
A distortion of a board in which there is a deviation flatwise from a straight line across the board.
Our straight cupboard locks have a cup fastened onto the plate. This creates the lock body, which contains the workings of the lock.
The distortion in a board that deviates flatwise from a straight line across the width of the board.
To bend as a result of shrinkage; usually referred to as across the length of a piece of wood. Damp-proof course (DPC) - A layer of impervious material that prevents moisture rising through a floor or in a wall. Earth - A connection between the earth or ground and an electrical circuit; also a terminal to which this connection is made.
A deviation in the face of a piece from a straight line drawn from edge to edge of a piece. It is measured at the point of greatest distance from the straight line.
A distortion in wood across the grain caused by warpage.
A defect in the lumber where the face of the board warps up like the letter U.
A form of warp, a deviation from flatness across the width of a board.
A form of warp, cup describes a trough-like shape where the board edges remain approximately parallel to each other.