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Influence of inclination angle of horizontal cutting edge of the chain saw link on cutting effects



Influence of inclination angle of horizontal cutting edge of the chain saw link on cutting effects



Annals of Warsaw Agricultural University, Agriculture Agricultural Engineering (45): 47-51



Geometric parameters of chainsaw cutting links determine to a great extent the course of wood cutting process. Many of them are independent of the chainsaw operator, while the dependent parameter is the inclination angle of the horizontal cutting edge. Its value can be changed after every sharpening performed without proper equipment. Therefore, investigations on the effect of the change in this angle on the obtained effects of cutting were conducted.

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