Balanced saw performance
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Utilization, 1986 - House & Home - 17 pages
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Balanced Saw Performance band saws bite values carriage speed circular saws clearance angle clearance of teeth curved line cut1 Bite cutting edge width depth of cut design a saw EFFECTIVE DEPTHS excessive Feed Speed feet per minute fewer teeth Forest Products Laboratory Gullet area gullet cavity Gullet depth3 hardwood higher tooth speeds horsepower KERF larger hook angles log or cant lumber variation Maximum bite maximum feedspeed maximum number minimum feedspeed line narrower depths number of teeth overbiting Parameter Situation percent power demand power needs power requirements Program SAW reduced Relationship of feedspeed require more power saw design saw gauge Saw thickness SAW TOOTH saw's task sawdust particles sawdust spillage sawing requires sawmill side clearance Situation 1 Situation SITUATION 1 VERSUS Softwoods solid wood specific gravity speed of cut Table teeth Calculated value tooth angle tooth bite tooth height tooth pitch variables VERSUS SITUATION wheel diameter