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Distribution of cutting stress on the rake face of the knife in veneer cutting by restricted knife-veneer contact length method



Distribution of cutting stress on the rake face of the knife in veneer cutting by restricted knife-veneer contact length method



Mokuzai Gakkaishi Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 20(11): 528-537



The length of contact between the veneer and the knife was varied from 100 to 980 mu m by grinding the rake face to produce initial and secondary curvatures. Measurements were made of variations in cutting force produced by these modifications for different depths of cut.

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