cutter bar


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cutter bar

[′kəd·ər ‚bär]
(mechanical engineering)
The bar that supports the cutting tool in a lathe or other machine.
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For safety in stationary threshing, the intake reel and both cutter bars should be disconnected, a fairly simple task.
The pruning saw heads on small models incorporate a cutter bar, which severs the bark ensuring that there are no tears.
The tunnel boring machine (TBM) featuring a carbide cutter bar was modified from its original diameter for completing Section I of the tunnel.
The standard 12-ft cutter bar on the electric-hydraulic undercutters has been extended to 20 ft, allowing more tonnage to be blasted from each cut.
In addition, Fleming's cylinder was as wide as the cutter bar and positioned directly behind it for straight-through operation.
A huge cutter bar cuts a 30-foot swath through the field on each pass.
The P-CUT cutter bar, which can be operated at a reduced speed of 850 rpm, is protected by the SAFETY LINK module and a hydraulic collision protection device that lifts the mower over obstacles.
Multiple cutter bars provide enhanced mixing and a robotically applied carbide hard-faced leading edge improves cutter bar longevity.
The second vivid memory was the importance of the correct tension of the chain on the cutter bar.
The full cutting action of a four-pin spider rotor is designed to increase throughput in cutter bar and anvil machines.
The combine is an old IH model 52R which is pulled by the tractor, has a four-foot cutter bar and is able to handle about five acres per day.