Waves on wood

  title={Waves on wood},
  author={Michael R. Jackson and Robert M. Parkin and Neil Brown},
The rotary machining process as applied to timber is introduced and compared with the milling and grinding of metals. The emphasis of this work is on the waviness surface quality of the machined timber and initially focuses on a review of the techniques applied to improve surface quality at higher workpiece feed velocitiesÐtypically 120 m/min. The main work concentrates on mathematical and computer-based modelling of surface waviness defects generated by two classical woodworking machine… CONTINUE READING


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