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Effect of cutting speed on the efficiency of a knife equipped with a cap iron in the cutting of wood



Effect of cutting speed on the efficiency of a knife equipped with a cap iron in the cutting of wood



Mokuzai Gakkaishi Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 31(9): 732-738



Orthogonal cutting tests were conducted on a whirling disc machine, along and across the grain of air dried samples of Pseudotsuga menziesii and Betula maximowicziana.

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