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sawing

[′sȯ·iŋ]
(engineering)
Cutting with a saw.
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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.
alphabetical guide to manufacturers and distributers of Sawing equipment
The quality yield capability of a sawing process is defined by three factors:
Used only on large, very rigid sawing machines for high-production sawing of difficult materials.
Now 18, Wilker is taking her first lessons in sawing, chipping and drilling a 300-pound block of ice into a shimmering sculpture.
This feature could be easily adapted to the saw's design and would not interfere with normal sawing.
Once the tree was on the ground, the bucker took over, sawing through a fallen log that often towered over him.
Accessories can be added to the radial arm saw to perform dadoing, sanding, shaping, sabre sawing, surfacing, jointing, horizontal boring and over-arm routing.
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The dogtooth pivoting action takes most of the strain out of sawing because it supports the weight of the saw and provides you with a smooth, leveraged sawing motion," says Ted Mather, maker of the product.