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Effects of cutting speed and rake angle on knife-edge temperature during 90 degrees -0 degrees cutting of wood



Effects of cutting speed and rake angle on knife-edge temperature during 90 degrees -0 degrees cutting of wood



Mokuzai Gakkaishi Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 31(6): 454-459



Knife-edge temp. was recorded during continuous orthogonal cutting to the grain of wood of Shorea negrosensis, using knives with both sharp and worn edges, cutting speeds of 0.20-19.58 m/s and rake angle 14-50 degrees.

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