cutting angle


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cutting angle

[′kəd·iŋ ‚aŋ·gəl]
(mechanical engineering)
The angle that the cutting face of a tool makes with the work surface back of the tool.
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This is said to reduce finger and wrist fatigue by creating the most efficient and comfortable cutting angle.
The 90-degree cutting angle features an obtuse edge for increased cutting edge toughness.
The Power Arc's curved design optimizes the cutting angle, allowing the blade to cut aggressively and more efficiently versus a straight blade.
Ripple technology also increases the flexibility to cut multiple wood species with the same cutting angle, as the light cutting pressure reduces pre-splitting and residual defects.
4[degrees] cutting angle, 3100 mm cutting length, 255 bar max hydraulic pressure, 11 kW power, overall dimensions 3820 X 3835 X 1820 mm and 7 tn weight.
If they are sharp, the deployed cutting angle of the blade (they will be chopping more than slicing) will not hurt you.
The head featured on Bahco ERGO secateurs is subtly angled from the body to create the optimum cutting angle without wrist strain.
Special attention should be paid to the cutting angle of the knives and the screen used to ensure uniform particle size similar to that of virgin pellets.
A positive cutting angle ensures a smooth cut, low cutting force, and low power consumption.
The fly half was the recipient of man and ball at the same time, but nonetheless managed to flip the ball out of the tackle to Stephenson, who ran a superb cutting angle to finish ( Wilkinson adding the conversion.