Cutter head forces and load cell scanning

@article{Palmqvist2003CutterHF,
  title={Cutter head forces and load cell scanning},
  author={Jan Palmqvist and Matz Lenner and Simone Gustafsson},
  journal={Wood Science and Technology},
  year={2003},
  volume={37},
  pages={199-211}
}
Among the machinery found in wood manufacturing industries, routers and planers are the most commonly used. These tools, which many times are mounted on metal cylinders, actually operate only briefly, i. e., when a chip is cut from a piece of wood under process. The rest of the time the knife follows the cylinder surface and a cycloid is formed relative to the work piece, which in turn is fed into the machine. A number of knives are mounted on the cutter, which ascertain that the planed surface… CONTINUE READING

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