Definition of Kerfing
1. kerf [v] - See also: kerf
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Literary usage of Kerfing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Woodwork for Secondary Schools: A Text-book for High Schools and Colleges by Ira Samuel Griffith (1916)
"After such kerfing it is an easy matter to rout out the thin stock and finish the bottom of the curve smooth. A core-box plane, Fig. ..."
2. Jobbing Work for the Carpenter by Edward H. Crussell (1914)
""Rule of Thumb" Method Rules for saw kerfing need mixing with a certain ... Remembering this, try a rule for saw kerfing that the writer has used with some ..."
3. Framing: A Practical Manual of Approved Up-to-date Methods of House Framing by William A. Radford (1917)
"These diagrams should be laid off full-size, from which accurate measurement can be taken. kerfing a Riser. Saw kerfing is a simple thing when understood. ..."
4. Carpentry and Building (1908)
"The method, as shown iu this figure, of preparing the riser for bending, is known as " kerfing." A definite number of saw cuts are made across the back of ..."