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What is "Grain" - Definition & Explanation
Last Updated on: 30-Jan-2024 (5 months, 21 days ago)
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Grain
In fabric, the internal arrangement of the fibers, the direction of a weave in a woven fabric.
Grain
In wood, the visible pattern made by pores and/or annual rings
Grain
In wood, the long direction of the wood cells.
Grain
Another word used for the length-wise (weft yarn) or the cross-wise / horizontal (warp yarn) threads of the fabric.
Grain
Another word used for the length wise (weft yarn) or cross-wise (warp yarn) threads of the fabric.
Grain
The lengthwise and crosswise threads (warp and weft directions) of a woven fabric.

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