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Studies on mechanism of orthogonal cutting of wood with Japanese plane. I. Effects of distance between knife edge and cap iron edge and depth of cut on surface quality in cutting against the grain



Studies on mechanism of orthogonal cutting of wood with Japanese plane. I. Effects of distance between knife edge and cap iron edge and depth of cut on surface quality in cutting against the grain



Mokuzai Gakkaishi Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 23(2): 82-88



It was shown in experiments in cutting against the grain, with and without a cap iron, that the cap iron was effective in preventing torn grain and in reducing its length. Without the cap iron the maximum length of torn grain occurred at a grain angle of 5 deg. Data are presented on the optimum conditions for producing surfaces of good quality with the use of the cap iron with wood of Chamaecyparis obtusa, Fagus crenata and Zelkova serrata.

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