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Cutting of rotary veneer. (1). Effect of position of nose-bar to knife edge (No. 1)



Cutting of rotary veneer. (1). Effect of position of nose-bar to knife edge (No. 1)



Bull. For. Exp. Sta., Meguro, Tokyo. 203, 131-71



Gives tabulated data on wood properties and defects occurring during veneer cutting, for different lathe settings, in Magnolia obovata, Kalopanax ricinifolium, Prunus buergeriana, Fraxinus commemoralis, Betula grossa, B. maximowicziana, Phellodendron sachalinense, Ulmus propinqua, Acer mono, Fagus crenata, Tilia japonica, Pterocarya rhoifolia, Pentacme contorta, Shorea negrosensis, S. palosapis and Octomeles sumatrana.

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