Another term for quarter sawn.
Wood sawn at right angles to the growth rings of a tree.
Edge-grain lumber has been sawed parallel to the pith of the log and approximately at right angles to the growth rings; i.e., the rings form an angle of 45° or more with the surface of the piece.
the wood is split or sawn at right angles to the annual growth rings. Also called vertical grain.
Wood characterized by the growth rings being 45 or more degrees, preferably perpendicular, to the surface of a board.