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S Chapter III SAW MAINTENANCE
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adjusted affect amount amps applied bench bench table bevel brazing centre centrifugal force chippings circular saws collars correct design cross-cut cross-peen hammer cutting arc cutting edge cutting point deep-cutting degree of sharpness depth of timber design of tooth detached wood diameter of saw diameter saw edge of timber efficient fence force friction gauge graph greater grinding grinding machine gullet hammer heat produced high feed speeds inch diameter inch timber increased length line of cut machine metal moving narrow bandsaw number of teeth obtained operation packing peripheral speed pitch of tooth plate saw power consumed pulley radial arm radius revolving rim speed rollers rotating saw cutting saw teeth saw-gate sawbench shape sharpening shavings side softwood straight edge strain stresses surface finish swage saw teeth points temperature tension tested thickness timber being cut top edge true path vibrations wide bandsaws width wood cut wrought surface