A saw is a tool consisting of a tough blade, wire, or chain with a hard toothed
edge. It is used to ... Kerf: The width of a saw cut, which depends on several
factors: the width of the saw blade; th...
May 19, 2013 ... Kerf = Width. Kerf is defined as the width of material that is removed by a cutting
process. It was originally used to describe how much wood was ...
1 : a slit or notch made by a saw or cutting torch. 2 : the width of cut made by a
saw or cutting torch. See kerf defined for kids. See words that rhyme with kerf ...
Kerf definition, a cut or incision made by a saw or the like in a piece of wood. See
A kerf is a thin slit cut in a door frame that allows weatherstripping to be inserted.
The shallow cut holds the weatherstripping fin in place, allowing the rest of the ...
A schematic drawing of a saw blade looking head-on: the divergence between
the teeth that protrude left-and-right is the kerf, it defines the width of the saw cut.
Saw blade “kerf” refers to the thickness of the slot which the saw blade will cut. It
is often used as well to define the thickness of the blade itself, or at least the ...
www.southbaytech.com/appnotes/89 Kerf Loss Comparisons.pdf
Kerf loss is associated with any type of cutting and sectioning of materials. ... will
detail findings of kerf loss and edge damage on silicon material as a function of ...
Aug 14, 2013 ... How to bend wood by using a method called kerf cutting.
"Kerf" is a machining term that refers to the material removed during cutting. For
example, if you cut a board with a saw, part of the board is turned into sawdust.