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Rake angle for planing hard maple determined best by depth of chipped grain

Harold A. Stewart

Rake angle for planing hard maple determined best by depth of chipped grain

by Harold A. Stewart

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Published by North Central Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in St. Paul, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maple,
  • Wood -- Density

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHarold A. Stewart.
    SeriesResearch note NC -- 116.
    ContributionsNorth Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17617883M
    OCLC/WorldCa53326480

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Rake angle for planing hard maple determined best by depth of chipped grain by Harold A. Stewart Download PDF EPUB FB2

Indicates that rake angle for hard maple and perhaps other hardwoods should be determined by depth rather than frequency of machining defects. Citation: Stewart, Harold A. Rake Angle for Planing Hard Maple Determined Best by Depth of Chipped Grain.

Research Note NC :// Get this from a library. Rake angle for planing hard maple determined best by depth of chipped grain. [Harold A Stewart; North Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.)]   Study results from planing hard maple at 8 percent MC and 1/inch depth of cut have shown the most severe chipped grain occurs when machining against slopes of grain up to 15 ://   Chipped grain is accentuated by knife cutting against the grain with high rake angles, large depth of cut, machining overly dried or wet wood, and too few knife marks per :// As a result, the effects of wavelength and rake angle on surface properties and coating performance were evaluated in an attempt to improve peripheral planing of red oak ://   A comment about planing against the grain: Some woods and some pieces of lumber will have swirly grain, so even on one face of the lumber, you will be planing against the grain in some areas.

Two Sawmilling at WOODWEB's Knowledge Base. Find articles on metal detector sensitivity and power, sawmill recovery rate, rates for custom milling, portable bandmill versus circular mills, making stickers, bandmill horsepower, log handling solutions, calculating board feet, and much :// Blade characteristics such as gullet depth, sharpness, and rake angle affect the performance of a bandmill blade in a very hard hardwood log.

Janu Sealing Log Ends Thoughts about log-sealing products and application methods. Septem Red Cedar Grain Patterns   I just looked it up. Merbau will be a very difficult wood to learn hand tool skills on.

It may have interlocked grain, making it difficult to follow the rule to always plane "downhill" with the grain. It is 18% harder than hard maple, which means very hard. The source I read also says it gums saw blades and dulls tools, so that carbide was   Finally got around to some planing tests.

Material was heavily figured hard maple, thick x 3' wide, took cut First ran thru my o   Download Solutions Manual - Materials Processing in Manufacturing Demargo The best planing was obtained at a 20° rake angle and at 24 knife marks per mm.

Better conditions should be obtained at a 17° rake angle and lower feed rates. torn and chipped grain Wood machining is compulsory both for timber separation and the surfacing of wooden objects. The anisotropy, cellular nature and multi-scale level organisation of wood make its cutting complicated to study.

During the last 50 years, most of the wood machining subjects were covered by French teams. Woodcutting is a very old technology but scientific research is scarce on the subject. In The tool geometries of 40°/15° (sharpness of the angle–rake angle), 50°/15°, and 60°/15° for China fir and 40°/25°, 50°/5°, and 60°/5° for maple produced relatively more flow chips Moreover, for planing, the best surface quality is obtained generally at a somewhat low degree of rake angle (15°–20°) for hardwood, and a little high degree of rake angle (15°, 20° and 25 This article investigates the quality of the machining surface of the five most common invasive tree species in Slovenia, i.e., black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.), boxelder maple (Acer negundo L.), horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum), honey locust (Gleditsia triacanthos) and tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima).

The machining tests were made according to the American Society for   On the whole, therefore, the downhill movements prevail, and the mantle of waste, block by block and grain by grain, creeps along the downhill path. A slab of sandstone laid on another of the same kind at an angle of 17° and left in the open air was found to creep down the slope at the rate of a little more than a millimeter a Wood Science, v.3 n.4, p.

a STEWART, H.A. Rake angle for planing hard maple determined best by depth of chipped grain. USDA Forest Service, Research Note NC, b, ://   csdn已为您找到关于abundance和plenty相关内容,包含abundance和plenty相关文档代码介绍、相关教程视频课程,以及相关abundance和plenty问答内容。为您解决当下相关问题,如果想了解更详细abundance和plenty内容,请点击详情链接进行了解 Particleboard (PB) is a widely used panel material because of its physical properties and low cost.

Unfortunately, cutting can degrade its surface creating rejects and increasing manufacturing costs. A major challenge is PB’s internal variability. Different particle and glue bond strength combinations can sometimes create high quality surfaces in one area and defects such as edge chipping in.

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This is largely a matter of cutting with the grain or against the grain respectively, referring to the side grain of the piece of wood being (tool)/en-en.