E. D. Kirbach

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The attempt has been made to determine the grinding direction and the wheel translation which produce the best microsharpness for carbide-tipped tools, such as carbide-tipped saws. Other grinding variables considered were rake angle, grinding depths and diamond-grit size. The results suggest that the grinding direction should be adjusted to an angle of 45°(More)
When using sawdust in the pulp making process the wood fibres should be as long as possible. Circular saws with alternatively front or top beveled teeth produce saw dust with such characteristics. In this study the effect of bevel angle on cutting accuracy, surface finish, and saw dust quality was studied. A bevel angle of 15° maintained good cutting(More)
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