cutting head

cutting head

[′kəd·iŋ ‚hed]
(engineering acoustic)
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This makes them a collision obstacle for the moving cutting head as well as an impediment to automated unloading--many end effectors have trouble handling parts that aren't parallel to their contact surface.
Machines using either fibre or disk lasers operate in a similar manner--a cutting head is used to focus the laser beam onto the sheet metal through a conical nozzle with co-axial high-pressure assist gas.
For each sample is shown a graph of the dependence of the average feed rate speed of the cutting head on the width of the samples.
Roadheaders are widely used in rock breakage, and the specific energy consumption of the cutting head is a key factor of rock breaking efficiency [4, 5].
A new, patent-pending traveling planetary cutter (M-TPC) from Conair, Cranberry Township, Pa., features a servo-driven cutting head that reportedly cuts small-diameter medical tubing so precisely that the need for secondary, off-line tube finishing is virtually eliminated.
A fully hydrostatic motor mounted to the side of the cutting head provides direct drive power to the cutting drum.
The WardKit is also equipped with the choice of a water-only or abrasive cutting head with full abrasive delivery system.
From tank design and manufacturing down to the cutting head, you'll be hard-pressed to find any differences.
With five blades on a cylindrical cutting head it cuts cleanly and evenly without tearing the grass the way traditional lawnmowers can.
There, its held against the inner surface of the cutting head assembly by centrifugal force.The cutting head assembly consists of 12 individual stationary cutting stations.