dado head[′dā·dō ‚hed]
A machine consisting of two circular saws with one or more chippers in between; used for cutting flat-bottomed grooves in wood.
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A power-driven rotary cutter, usually consisting of two identical circular saws with a chipper between them; used in woodworking for cutting flat-bottomed grooves.
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