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Sawing Methods Handsawing The tools is moved by hand Machine sawing The tools is moved by a machinery
Sawing Saw tool can be moved Straightforward Ahead and back Circular Counter and climb
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Counter- and climb sawing
Circular Sawing Arc length L Climb Counter
Circular sawing Teeth pitch Feed per teeth Chip thickness
Sawing Cutting speed c m/sec Feed rate S mm/sec Feed s mm/teeth Number of teeth N Cutting time t min
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