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.
Machines using air flow instead of a reel suffer more from leaf blockages at the cutter bar but have the advantage of being able to carry more cut leaf on the machine before they need unloading.
The pruning saw heads on small models incorporate a cutter bar, which severs the bark ensuring that there are no tears.
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.
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.
What was surprising, however, was that when the microtunneling machine was launched to complete the drive, it tunneled only 60 feet before the hard ground conditions started to shear the teeth off the cutter bar.
These innovations lower operating costs, add functionality, and provide improved solutions to some of the most difficult design issues associated with a variable-position cutter bar header.
The crop lifter is secured to the header cutter bar guards with a bracket and a spring steel tab.
cites the cutter bar on that company's shredder models as an ideal way to save wear and tear on wear parts, in addition to allowing "the grates to size the material" more efficiently.
Tenders are invited for Procurement commissioning & training of AQUATIC PLANT/ WEED HARVESTER- with wide honrontal cutter bar and can cut up to 1.