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Veneer cutting with a floating bar IV. Influence of roller-bar diameter on the quality of veneer



Veneer cutting with a floating bar IV. Influence of roller-bar diameter on the quality of veneer



Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 40(3): 274-279



The optimum horizontal opening (Oh) and the optimum vertical loading weight (L) of a floating bar with different roller-bar diameters were examined, and the influences of roller-bar diameters on the quality of veneers were observed. Regardless of the diameters of the roller-bars, the optimum Oh occurred when the roller-bar surface contacted the workpiece at two points. A roller bar with a greater diameter needed a heavier L than one with a small diameter.

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