a cut or incision made by a saw or the like in a piece of wood.
Mining. a deep cut a few inches high, used to undermine a portion of a coal or mineral seam.
the act of cutting or carving.
(USED WITH OBJECT)
to make a kerf or kerfs in (a piece of wood, a coal seam, etc.).
The teeth protrude to the left and right, so that the saw cut (kerf) is wider than the
blade width. The term set describes how much the teeth protrude. The kerf may ...
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 ...
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.
Jun 12, 2014 ... Full kerf or thin? How powerful is your saw? The width of the "kerf" – the slot the
blade cuts in the material – is another important consideration.
"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.
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. ADVERTISEMENT ...
Aug 14, 2013 ... How to bend wood by using a method called kerf cutting.
Saw kerf, generally speaking is the width of the path cut by the sawteeth as the
saw blade moves through the log. "Thin Kerf" is a relative term, however,
kerf: A groove or notch made by a cutting tool, such as a saw or an ax.