The angle of the cutter face relative to horizontal.
the angle between the normal to the cutting speed direction and the rake face of a cutting tool, if the rake face tilts toward the incoming work material the sign of the rake angle is negative, rake angle strongly affects the magnitude of the machining forces
Angle fastened to purlins at rake for attachment of endwall panels and roof panels.
An angle fastened to the top of the purlins at the rake for attachment of endwall panels.
The angle the tooth face makes with respect to a perpendicular line from the back edge of the saw band. It is positive when the | tooth angles forward in the direction of the cutting action and negative I when it angles backward from the direction of the cutting action.
Angle fastened to purlins at rake for attachment of end wall panels.
determines the cutting characteristics of a saw blade. It is a measurement of the angle of the tooth face in relation to an imaginary radial line drawn from the exact center of the saw blade through the very tip of the saw tooth. Positive rake teeth have a forward tilt while negative rake teeth have a backward tilt. Blades with a high positive rake are aggressive and fast-cutting. Blades with a lesser rake take smaller bites and are easier to control for fine finishes and precise cuts.
Angle attached to purlins at rake for attachment of end-wall sheets.