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Woodworking cutters are rotary (11th Sep 17 at 11:13am UTC)Quote Reply
<p>(such as reducing the cutting angle) chopped to cut thin wood, veneer is a high quality decorative materials. Rotation, the wood around the fixed center of rotation, the blade to the center for continuous linear motion, the wood cut into a thin veneer (veneer), used to produce plywood. Cut for veneer board for veneer production. 2. Woodworking Milling Cutters Woodworking cutters are rotary tools with one or more teeth. Through the workpiece and the relative </p>
<p>movement of the cutter, the knife teeth in turn intermittently cut the workpiece margin. Woodworking Milling Cutter The card is divided into two types: hole cutter and cutter handle. The structure of the set milling cutter is in the form of integral, tiling and combination. Milling cutter is widely used in the production of fine woodworking plane, forming surface, tenon, tenon, slot and engraving and so on. Compared with the cutting metal used in cutting tools, woodworking </p>
<p>cutter has a large front angle and rear angle, in order to obtain a sharp edge, reducing the cutting resistance. Another feature is the smaller number of cutting teeth, with a larger chip space. Woodworking cutter material In addition to tool steel and alloy steel, but also widely used carbide to improve production efficiency and tool life. & nbsp; & nbsp; 3. Woodworking Bit The woodworking bit is a rod-shaped or helical tool with a cutting edge for machining </p>
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