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angle of cut
angle of cut[′aŋ·gəl əv ′kət]
The smaller angular difference of two bearings or lines of position.
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The angle of cut
was maintained at 35[degrees] at a constant depth of cut 15 mm at three working speeds (0.01 m/s, 0.02 m/s and 0.06 m/s).
They showed us how the pressure and angle of cut
creates the depth on the crystal.
The cutting head can be rotated in a complete circle from the handle to suit the required angle of cut