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Effects of sliding velocity of the knife and grain angle of the workpiece upon the frictional coefficient on the knife rake-face in wood cutting



Effects of sliding velocity of the knife and grain angle of the workpiece upon the frictional coefficient on the knife rake-face in wood cutting



Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 38(2): 144-149



Tests were done on the orthogonal cutting of veneer with workpieces of air-dried white seraya (Parashorea malaanonan).

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