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Veneer cutting of softwoods I. Cutting of knots by a knife with a face microbevel



Veneer cutting of softwoods I. Cutting of knots by a knife with a face microbevel



Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 37(12): 1135-1143



In order to assess how effective a knife with a face microbevel is for cutting wood with knots, cutting studies were undertaken on stem wood of Betula maximowicziana and branchwood of Cryptomeria japonica using a range of main bevel and microbevel angles and various knife land widths.

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