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Analysis of the veneer-formation process I. Lathe check formation process and cutting force in veneer cutting



Analysis of the veneer-formation process I. Lathe check formation process and cutting force in veneer cutting



Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 29(12): 871-876



It was observed that cutting failures (lathe checks) developed toward the bar side from the knife edge in cutting with a small depth of cut, but the direction of failures shifted toward the cutting direction with increases in the depth of cut. The formation process of failures was related to the variation in the cutting force. The interval between peaks of the cutting force was dependent on that of failures. The actual depth of cut was changed as the knife proceeded.

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