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I'm pretty sure A/B/C grain types have little to do with quality. If I remember correctly, they're the orientation at which the stick or sheet is cut and influence tensile vs. compressive strength somewhat. --[[User:Unome|Unome]] ([[User talk:Unome|talk]]) 16:38, 13 June 2018 (UTC)
 
I'm pretty sure A/B/C grain types have little to do with quality. If I remember correctly, they're the orientation at which the stick or sheet is cut and influence tensile vs. compressive strength somewhat. --[[User:Unome|Unome]] ([[User talk:Unome|talk]]) 16:38, 13 June 2018 (UTC)
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Whoops completely forgot about this... On the contrary Unome, I would say grain types are crucial to getting a top-tier balsa build as they help reinforce its strength naturally. Yet you are correct about the orientation at which the stick or sheet is cut and how the influence of tensile vs. compressive strength helps in a build.[[User:TheChiScientist|TheChiScientist]] ([[User talk:TheChiScientist|talk]]) 13:08, 15 August 2018 (UTC)

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If u guys got ideas for me to add on here post here. Also for FAQ."TheChiScientist (talk) 12:30, 12 June 2018 (UTC)"

I'm pretty sure A/B/C grain types have little to do with quality. If I remember correctly, they're the orientation at which the stick or sheet is cut and influence tensile vs. compressive strength somewhat. --Unome (talk) 16:38, 13 June 2018 (UTC)

Whoops completely forgot about this... On the contrary Unome, I would say grain types are crucial to getting a top-tier balsa build as they help reinforce its strength naturally. Yet you are correct about the orientation at which the stick or sheet is cut and how the influence of tensile vs. compressive strength helps in a build.TheChiScientist (talk) 13:08, 15 August 2018 (UTC)