Saw frame

the frame or sash in a sawmill, in which the saw, or gang of saws, is held.

See also: Saw

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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An integrated hydraulic accumulator maintains constant pressure on the saw frame for sharper-edged cuts and improved soils removal.
C316 series cold saws are designed with a vertical column construction that provides stable saw frame guidance and stability.
One of the technical problems noticed when cutting frozen wood on the frame saw was chip welding to the lower beam of the saw frame (Fig.
"The saw frame operates through anti-vibration and no-tolerance linear guidance.
The saw frame is canted 5[degrees] to cut through the bottom of a structural section without vibration or slowdown of the sawing rate.
The manual AutoCut models feature a saw frame set up, controlled rate and rapid approach and a manual quick clamping system mounted in the T-slot on the bed.
The saw frame rusted in place for two more years before he gave up and sold out.
Both the saw frame and the metal should be turned slightly during this process.
Beach made a saw frame that held a straight saw blade vertically.
The vertical column construction provides saw frame guidance and stability, with vibration-free sawing to maintain tolerances to within those required by Schuler's customer.