3 edition of Spin-out of veneer blocks during rotary cutting of veneer found in the catalog.
Spin-out of veneer blocks during rotary cutting of veneer
John F. Lutz
by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wis
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 23.
|Statement||by John F. Lutz and Robert A. Patzer.|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research paper FPL -- 278., Research paper FPL -- 278.|
|Contributions||Ratzer, Robert A., Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.), United States. Forest Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Similar to rotary peeling, also producing a high veneer yield. Used primarily to add width to narrow stocks by increasing the plane of cut. Also used to enhance a particularly wild grain pattern. Matching is possible because the leaves can be kept in sequence. Half round cutting may be used to achieve “flat cut” veneer appearance. Hardwood. Rotary Cut. Rotary cutting is a method used to peel a log into thin sheets of wood as if unrolled from a spool, like paper towels. Rotary cut veneer has a variegated grain appearance, and can vary tremendously, although it is the preferred method to obtain large sections of wood to manufacture whole piece faces in standard and oversize structural marine grade panels.
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SPIN-OUT OF VENEER BLOCKS DURING ROTARY CUTTING OF VENEER. By JOHN F. LUTZ, Forest Products Technologist and ROBERT A. PATZER, Technician Forest Products Laboratory, 1. Forest Service U.S. Department of Agriculture. INTRODUCTION. Veneer is the most valuable product recover- the problem with fairly dense species like south ed from a block.
Spin-out of veneer blocks during rotary cutting of veneer. Madison, Wis.: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, (OCoLC) In seeking the cause of spin-out, the torque needed to turn basswood blocks into 1/4-in.-thick rotary veneer was measured for different lathe settings and block temperatures.
Increasing the wood temperature reduced the force needed for cutting and also reduced torque that could be accepted by wood blocks before failing by spinout. Spin-out of veneer blocks during rotary cutting of veneer (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: J F Lutz; Robert A Patzer; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.).
SPIN-OUT OF VENEER BLOCKS DURING ROTARY CUTTING OF VENEER By JOHN F. LUTZ, Forest Products Technologist and ROBERT A. PATZER, Technician Forest Products Laboratory,’ Forest Service U S. Department of Agriculture INTRODUCTION Veneer is the most valuable product recover- ed from a block. For rotary-cut veneer, envision a roll of paper towels being unwound from the holder.
To cut the veneer, the log section (flitch) is mounted in something akin to a giant lathe. The knife is advanced into the spinning log a few thousandths of an inch per revolution (the thickness of the veneer required) and off comes the veneer in a huge. -Put the veneer on a wood block and shave one of it's end with a utility knife -When it's done take a strong paper roll or a rod which has 1"/2,5cm diameter.
The rotary cutting method allows large amounts of veneer to be cut in a short time, but because the grain pattern is usually considered less desirable than flat cut veneer, and also varies considerably and is difficult to match, it is not often used in one-off furniture making, where the finished look of the piece is a primary consideration.
Wood veneer is the finest appearance of wood. Wood veneer is being cut in a very thin layer from tree log. Cutting the solid wood produces more waste than cutting veneer.
Different ranges of veneers in shades, colours and textures are available in the market. They can be used in interior decoration. The table saw blade is cutting from an angle that is far less likely to do any damage.
There’s a number of assorted hand tools used for cutting veneers, all of which will make, “joint quality”, cuts.
My personal favorite is the scalpel, but many people use a chisel, a rotary cutter, or a veneer saw, with great results.
Veneer Species Guide Oak, Red, Rotary Cut Columbia Forest Products is proud to offer an exciting variety of hardwood and decorative softwood species of faces to meet the demand for architectural individuality in interior design applications.
ROTARY CUT VENEER. Rotary cut veneers are produced when a log is rotated on a lathe while the knife slices a continuous veneer cut. This results in wide sheets of veneer with broad and wild grain patterns. The grain pattern widely varies and makes it difficult to match grain direction at veneer joints.
Background. Veneer is obtained either by "peeling" the trunk of a tree or by slicing large rectangular blocks of wood known as appearance of the grain and figure in wood comes from slicing through the growth rings of a tree and depends upon the angle at which the wood is sliced.
There are three main types of veneer-making equipment used commercially. Timber veneer cuts. Timber veneer is manufactured in one of two ways – either by ‘peeling’ the trunk of a tree or by thinly slicing large rectangular blocks of wood known as flitches. Most veneer panels are cut at around mm thickness as a standard for our Australian market.
and profile on the instantaneous cutting force during rotary peeling of veneer. Prerounded basswood blocks were peeled with the Forest Products Laboratory minilathe, a small fixture for a knife and a pressure bar, mounted on the crossfeed bed of a machine lathe to.
The advantage of rotary veneers is that it is generally the least expensive cutting method, and can provide large pieces of veneer and "whole piece faces".
The disadvantage is that rotary veneers can have a bland appearance and may vary widely in color within the. Veneer Cuts Rotary Peeled (Rotary Red Oak Whole Piece Face shown below) An entire log is placed into a lathe and rotated in uninterrupted contact with the lathe knife, resulting in a cut that roughly parallels the growth rings to produce a bold and often variegated grain pattern.
Rotary Cut. Rotary cutting is a method used to peel a log into thin sheets of wood as if unrolled from a spool, like paper towels.
Rotary cut veneer has a variegated grain appearance and can vary tremendously, although it is the preferred method to obtain large sections of wood to manufacture whole piece faces in standard and oversize structural marine grade panels.
DIY Wood Veneer Rotary Tool: I always wanted a rotary tool but the time is not yet come to spend $ for it. Maybe for a I started to look after to how I can make one. I found a lot of videos, articles which show that isn't a big deal so I got into making plans. Veneer checking is a common occurrence in woodworking.
Anyone who has to apply veneer or use veneered panels certainly understands what an unpleasant event this can be. m wood veneer rotary cutting machine, max width m, adjustable length.
CNC controlled.In this veneer cutting method, the rotation speed of the tree log is determined by the log size, particular features of the species of wood, its natural shape, and the thickness of the veneer.
The cut is done at a slide angle from the position of the quarter log. This method results in a comb or rift grain effect.There are three matching processes to consider when using veneer: Veneer Matching, Panel Matching and Panel Positioning.
Veneer Matching occurs first and specifies how individual veneer leaves will be joined together on the face of the panel. Panel Matching is then required to define how the completed veneer face is positioned during production of the panel.