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Studies on the oblique cutting of wood. III. Roughness of machined surface in 90 degrees -0 degrees and 0 degrees -90 degrees cutting situations



Studies on the oblique cutting of wood. III. Roughness of machined surface in 90 degrees -0 degrees and 0 degrees -90 degrees cutting situations



Mokuzai Gakkaishi Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 31(5): 354-360



The effect of angle of inclination (i) of the tool on roughness of the machined surface was studied. Results showed that values of roughness decreased rapidly with increasing i in 0 degrees -90 degrees cutting and increased slightly in 90 degrees -0 degrees cutting.

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