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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PDC cutter stresses vary with the change of the cutting angle [theta] curve as shown in Fig.
By varying the cutting angle at which slicing is done, the grain of prized species can be reproduced, and quarter-cut, rhomboid, or flat-cut patterns, etc.
Equipped with Smart Power and a two-point cutting angle lock to keep the blade securely in place, the saw delivers cuts that are clean and accurate.
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.
Switch on the power or push by hand and the aluminium oxide abrasive re-grinds keen new edges on the blades, at the correct cutting angle.
A mismeasurement, deviation in cutting angle, or inaccurate implant positioning can undermine the procedure and result in long-lasting pain and increased wear in a prosthesis.
50 Mm(M7) X 100 Mm Flute Length,Internal Coolant,Hydrogrip Cylindrical Shank With Tialn Coating To Resist Heat,Wear & Tear,Proper Chip Evacuation Cutting Angle Suitable For Stainless Steel Plate.
Best cutting angle for this saw is about 45[degrees].
4 Clamp the blade in a vise and sharpen the cutting edge with a mill bastard file, held at the same cutting angle as before.