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Boatbuilder’s Notes

MEDULLARY RAYS

Going with the grain

BY ROBIN GATES

Quarter-sawn (or rift-sawn) wood is usually preferred over flat sawn for building boats because it’s more dimensionally stable, but in the case of species like oak, having prominent medullary rays, the

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