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sawing

[′sȯ·iŋ]
(engineering)
Cutting with a saw.
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cutting tools (segment circular saws, spare segments, frame saws, flat circular saws for sawing wood) 7,070 pcs.
Kerfs were made by securing the frozen bones in a vise and sawing multiple sections through the diaphysis of each femur.
* Veneer saws are specially designed for sawing thin materials such as wood paneling.
The electrically powered circular saw is as ubiquitous today as the carpenter's bow saw was in early American wood shops, and both serve similar purposes--the sawing of lumber for some type of construction.
MAN-Modern Applications News presents its annual Sawing Buyers Guide, an alphabetical guide to manufacturers and distributors of Sawing equipment and supplies for the metalworking industry that have responded to requests for company and product information.
For ripping operations (sawing the wood parallel to the grain), the user turns the carriage so that the side of the blade is parallel to the rear fence of the tool.
Once the tree was on the ground, the bucker took over, sawing through a fallen log that often towered over him.
In addition, increasing the height of the sawing profile on a wood piece can heat up the edge of a saw blade and cause thermal buckling (Ershov 1992, Schajer and Kishimoto 1996).
saw and an accurate pusher system for single piece flow or pack sawing applications up to 26 in.
The saw's square frame maximizes the effective cutting length of the blade, and its long handle permits two-handed sawing and helps prevent barked knuckles.
Accessories can be added to the radial arm saw to perform dadoing, sanding, shaping, sabre sawing, surfacing, jointing, horizontal boring and over-arm routing.
Before sawing the hole, run the saw lightly on the wood to scribe the hole's circumference, then drill two 3/8-in.