Translations:SSAM and C3/3/en

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The C3 method can be described with another extended analogy. A crosscut saw is designed to saw wood across the grain. With a crosscut saw, the old tabletop simply can be cut systematically across the wood grain in thin slices. By this process, all the wormholes, splits, and breaks in the wood are revealed. No particular skill is involved except to make straight parallel cuts. The elaborate handwork required in SSAM to follow the curves of a particular grain is not required in C3, and no choice of any particular layer is required.