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.
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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
.... a frame, this term often specifically means the rip saw also called a whipsaw.
A slit made by cutting with a saw. Meaning, pronunciation and example
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the cut or channel made by a saw. Origin of kerf. Middle English ; from Old
English cyrf (akin to Old Norse kurfr, a cutting, chip) ; from past participle base of ...
kerf: Definition and Pronunciation. ... to make a kerf or kerfs in (a piece of wood, a
coal seam, etc.). Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, ...
kerf: A groove or notch made by a cutting tool, such as a saw or an ax. ... from The
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition. n.
Aug 14, 2013 ... How to bend wood by using a method called kerf cutting. ... you would see kerf
cutting as the meaning….that's a lot of cutting by hand! Reply.
kerf. n. 1 The groove or slit created by cutting a workpiece; an incision. 2 The
width of the groove made while cutting. 3 Distance between diverge saw teeth vb.
Definition of saw kerf: A slot or kerf that is cut into wood with a saw.
Definition of kerf: A saw-cut in wood, stone, etc., that is usually performed
crosswise and usually not completely through the member. Cuts are usually
made to ...