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Investigations on sawing accuracy for big bandsaws when sawing frozen and unfrozen logs with different feed speeds and different swage sizes



Investigations on sawing accuracy for big bandsaws when sawing frozen and unfrozen logs with different feed speeds and different swage sizes



Norsk Skogind 21: 7, 244-50



The results obtained are considered applicable only in the conditions used in the experiment (a vertical bandsaw with a 60-in. wheel diam., blade thickness 1.47 mm., blade width 230 mm., and a saw speed of 28 m./sec. and two tooth shapes for sawing unfrozen logs of Picea abies vs. 35 m./sec. and one tooth shape for frozen logs).

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