Synonyms for sawing or Related words with sawing
Examples of "sawing"
The term "death by
" indicates the act of
a living person in half, either sagitally (usually midsagitally), or transversely. Thus, decapitation by
or dismemberment by
are tangential sub-themes, though some ambiguous cases might be included. Death by
was a method of execution reportedly used in different parts of the world. Some of the reviewed examples are legendary. At least one source states that the method was probably never used.
produces the least wood waste and fastest
, but produces boards which are more susceptible to cupping and shrinkage, and which have a distinctive grain which may be aesthetically undesirable for some uses. Quarter
produces smaller boards than flat
, but has a straighter grain, which in addition to being visually pleasing, makes the lumber more stable.
The popularity of cold saw blades is increasing due to the technological advancements in cold saw machines. They are the
method of choice when high production requirements are needed. They consistently produce the lowest cost per cut among all
, bandsawing and hacksawing.
method produces edge-grain or vertical grain lumber, in which annual growth rings run more consistently perpendicular to the pieces' wider faces.
Logs are "converted" into timber by being sawn, hewn, or split.
with a rip saw is the most common method, because
allows logs of lower quality, with irregular grain and large knots, to be used and is more economical. There are various types of
Different methods of death by
have been recorded. In cases related to the Roman Emperor Caligula, the
is said to be through the middle. In the cases of Morocco, it is stated that the
was lengthwise, both from the groin and upwards, and from the skull and downwards.
When boards are cut from a log they are usually rip cut along the length (axis) of the log. This can be done in three ways: plain-
(most common, also known as flat-sawn, bastard-sawn, through and through, and tangent-sawn), quarter-
(less common), or rift
illusion went through many developments after Selbit and other performers achieved fame and great commercial success for particular variants. Goldin later produced
illusions that dispensed with a covering box and ultimately used a large buzzsaw.
A number of performances or depictions of
illusions have achieved particular fame or notoriety.
The diamond cutting process includes these steps; "planning", "cleaving" or "
", "bruting", "polishing", and "final inspection".
The bridge was dismantled using wire
, concrete cutting and hydroblasting.
As well as providing protection from fires the Forestry Department and the Mulanje Mountain Conservation Trust carefully control the use of the trees. Back in the day
licenses could be issued by the Forestry Department, but because there was still an extensive amount of illegal pit
taking place, the
season has been closed since 2007. But of course the pit
did not stop. The black market for cedar wood grew, and has not been stopped, yet. All cedar wood sawn after 2007 is illegal wood, and can be confiscated by Forestry, MMCT and the Malawi Police.
In 1970 the US government defense department learned of the development of the new saw concept. Chamberlain Manufacturing Corporation, contracted by Frankford Arsenal (), has conducted an evaluation of the Goellner carbide billet saw. Chamberlain issued a comprehensive technical report on May, 29 1970. The report concluded that the new
concept was superior to the conventional band
and other billet severing methods in numerous objectives. Proclaimed advantages included faster cutting speeds, long blade life and improved quality of cutoff interfaces.
Durán made two movies under LVN Pictures: "Pangarap" (Dream) and "
Gantimpala" (Lost Prize) both in 1940.
Among Basques and Australians, traditional hand
has generated rural sports. The Basque variant is called trontzalaritza.
He currently resides in Saugus, California and is President of Skaggs Concrete
in Santa Clarita, California.
is the use of a diamond saw or laser to cut the diamond rough into separate pieces.
and cutting at Pickel's factory in Tel Aviv, where he became a work manager in 1944.
Clearly Impossible is a variation of the illusion of
a woman in half devised by Jonathan Pendragon.
A panel saw is any type of
machine with a sliding table that cuts sheets into sized parts.
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