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Reducing heat distortion in the knife and pressure bar assemblies of veneer lathes



Reducing heat distortion in the knife and pressure bar assemblies of veneer lathes



For. Prod. J, 8: 7, 216-8



Describes successful experiments in reducing and almost eliminating the distortion of horizontal and vertical knife gaps, resulting in uneven veneer, caused by the heat transmitted from hot logs.

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