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Jim Budlong, a graduate of the College of the Redwoods Fine Woodworking Program and a longstanding instructor at the school, recently shared one of his lectures for students: How to read the grain direction for a carved or bandsawn leg, so that the grain follows the curves you’ve made. In this video, you’ll see him demonstrate examples both good and bad.
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