cutting angle


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Noun1.cutting angle - the angle between the face of a cutting tool and the surface of the workcutting angle - the angle between the face of a cutting tool and the surface of the work
angle - the space between two lines or planes that intersect; the inclination of one line to another; measured in degrees or radians
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The user can also specify the depth of cut, the number of pecks, the percentage of tool diameter (step-over amount), the cutting angle (for back and forth method), and the forward step amount (amount between each plunge movement).
The move-in oscillating shear can produce rectangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids at a cutting angle of up to [+ or -]30 deg.
The move-in oscillating shear produces rectangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids at a cutting angle of [+ or -]30 deg.
The XOMT-35 whose top form has a "fish scale" appearance has a positive cutting angle for drilling at higher speeds, to reduce burr or chipping at the hole exit.
A structural shop that employs 20 people houses, among other equipment, W A Whitney portable hydraulic presses used to make holes in structural components, and a Whitney hydraulic shear for cutting angle sections to length.
Experts recommend a reduced cutting angle when planing to avoid problems and sharpened tools to avoid blunting effect on cutting surfaces.
By comparison, a conventionally ground drill point has a straight chisel edge with a large negative cutting angle, and thus tends to push metal rather than truly cut it.
Experts recommend a reduced cutting angle when planning material with irregular grain to prevent tearing and pre-boring for nailing and screwing.
Experts recommend a cutting angle of 20 degrees when planning to avoid tearouts with interlocked grain.
If an interlocked grain is present, a reduced cutting angle will help to avoid tearing.
Additional innovations include an increased cutting angle and engineered cutting spurs on each edge of the bit, which scribe the outer edge of the hole before the cutting edge removes material.