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An analysis of cutting work in peripheral milling of wood. III. Variation of cutting force in inside cutting of wood with router-bit. IV. The power requirement in inside cutting of wood with router-bit



An analysis of cutting work in peripheral milling of wood. III. Variation of cutting force in inside cutting of wood with router-bit. IV. The power requirement in inside cutting of wood with router-bit



J. Jap. Wood Res. Soc, 17: 10, 437-48



(III) The effect of grain angle and chip thickness on the cutting force component in rectilinear cutting was determined by means of the whirling-arm machine.

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