resaw


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resaw

(riːˈsɔː)
n
a machine used to saw wood furtherwood that has been sawn further by a resaw
vb (tr)
to saw again
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Recently purchased new Baker six-head band resaw and commercial oven for treating export pallets.
After numerous requests for reclaimed pallet lumber from many parts of the country, a local Fort Worth pallets recycling company now offers nationwide shipping within 50 states on their products such as reclaimed pallet timber, resaw hardwood, custom-built pallets, and standard size skids.
Additional equipment in the plant includes: a Grecon finger jointing line, Dimter optimizing chop line, Friulmac end matcher, Taylor clamp system, Baker resaw, Cantek and SawStop saws and Cresswood grinders.
Installing a riser block on a typical 14-in, band saw increases its resaw capacity from 6 to 12 in.
The company also improved its capabilities by purchasing an edgebander, spray booths and a resaw last year.
Results also indicated that the SEC increases as the percentage of four-quarter lumber increases during a particular shift along with an increase in the energy consumption of chipper, head saw, and resaw.
Other machines in the plant include a Grecon fingerjointing line, which allows Northland Forest Products to minimize waste and maximize lumber supply, a Dimter optimizing chop line, Ultimizer's width recognition high resolution camera with inkjet printing, a Friulmac end matcher, Taylor clamp system, Baker resaw, Cantek and SawStop saws, and three Cresswood grinders.
Sector Reduction A Reception and debarking of logs 6 B Entrance of logs to the sawmill 2 C Supervisors 3 D Band Resaw 2 E Multiple 2 F Sharpeners 2 G Batten Reprocessing 4 H Line of thin logs 6 I Stevedores 6 TOTAL 33 Source: Own elaboration.
Task 6, Board Edger: boards from the Slap Resaw are edged to the correct width and sent to the trim saw.
Also installed is a Waco BKL, twin resaw for splitting timber up to 300mm deep.
Resaw the 1/4-inch thick rudder sides from a piece of 3/4-inch thick stock.