back rake

back rake

[′bak ‚rāk]
(design engineering)
An angle on a single-point turning tool measured between the plane of the tool face and the reference plane.
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Where FH is the horizontal force, FN is the normal force, [alpha] is the back rake angle and is the coefficient of friction.
The seat height and back rake levers are sited closely together but once you've figured them out the seats are comfortable.
The hay was pushed from the backside of the field, down a windrow until the back rake got full, then to the baler.
There are two rake angles: back rake and side rake.
Give me feeds and speeds and rpms, sfm, fph, and rms; back rake, front rake, and negative rake.
As the player I wanted to back rakes in another pounds 15,000 pot my response is unprintable.