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I'm a newbie when it comes to working with fiberglass so forgive me if I'm asking a duplicate question. I did check around on google and didn't find the answer. The Mark IV reads on chapter 3 page 3: "When joining UND across the major fibers, it is lapped 1" per ply, but when joining UND along the major fibers, it is butted next to the piece it is joining." Could someone please elaborate on what they mean by "across" and "along"? See the attached png for my understanding of the text.