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Experimental studies on influence of band-saw guide on stability of saw blade



Experimental studies on influence of band-saw guide on stability of saw blade



Journal of North East Forestry University, China 13(3): 64-71



Vibration displacement (without load) and kerf loss were determined under various conditions e.g. with or without wood-block or acoustic guides. Results showed that the vibration was directly proportional to the clearance between the saw guide and the blade and the free length between upper and lower guides. With a clearance of up to 0.6 mm, vibration was reduced when a guide was used.

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