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Studies on saws used for forest work in Nordic and middle-European countries

Aro P. (1949). Studies on saws used for forest work in Nordic and middle-European countries. Silva Fennica vol. 57 no. 3 article id 7399. https://doi.org/10.14214/aff.7399

Abstract

The article presents the development of the saw-alike tools from the Stone Age to Iron Age and to modern times. The most common forms of saws are described and the history of studies on the theme as well.

Repairing of a saw after work is described in detail. The seven phases of the work are: fastening and tightening the saw to the frame, evening the row of the saw tooth, determining the depth of the gullet area, sharpening the teeth, setting of the saw, and check-up of the repair.  

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Keywords
forest work; middle-Europe; saw; saw machine; Nordic; repair

Published in 1949

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