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The microbevel method for increasing the rake angle of carbide tools was investigated. Relationship between the microbevel width, angle and the fracture of the cutting edge was established for cutting dry western hemlock knots. Also wear rate of microbevelled tool was investigated. Relatively small microbevel widths at a 30° bevel angle completely prevented(More)
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)
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