A notch, channel, or slit made in any material by cutting or sawing.
A cut made into, but not through a piece of wood or other material.
In slot cutters, the width of the cutting edge.
The slit in a log or tree caused by the saw.
The space left by a saw blade as it cuts through a stone. A kerf can also be cut into the bed of a stone to accept an anchor to hold it to the structure.
This is the width of the slot created by the cutting process.
The slot in the wood made by the action of the saw chain cutters.
The space, opening, or narrow slit made in sawing.
A groove cut to accommodate the barbed-pile weather-stripping. 1/8” wide by 3/8” in depth.
(1) A notch or slit made by a saw. (2) The width of the cut of a saw blade.
The void created by the blade of a saw as it cuts through a piece of material. Home Improvement Encyclopedia
The slot made by a cutting tool in parting material.
The notch or slit made by a saw or torch when cutting.
a shallow saw cut, usually less than an inch deep
A groove in jamb and head sections to receive weatherstripping or other seal.
The width of the saw blade that cuts lumber from logs.
A shallow slot cut into a piece of lumber usually measured by the width of the saw blade.
The width of the cutting beam. Typically the kerf width for an abrasive jet ranges from 0.020" to 0.060", depending on the nozzle. A water jet has a narrower kerf, with 0.005" to 0.014" being typical. See also tool offset.
A cut made in a board that is equivalent to the saw blade's width.
The slit or slot made in a work piece by a cutting tool as it removes a portion of the material to part it; knife-edge bands part a material, but take little or no kerf. Set, not gage, determines width of kerf.
(K) The width of cut the blade makes under ideal conditions and does not account for equipment arbor run out.
A slice cut into the edge of an acoustical panel cut into the panel so that it can accept spline mounting
A saw cut that is made on the surface to relieve stress. It is used to create a curve, such as with a toe kick around a curved base cabinet.
The path that any saw makes in the process of cutting. Sawdust removed in the sawing process.
A sawcut which does not cut the whole way through a piece. The backside of a starting step riser is often kerfed in order to bend it in the shape of the bullnose tread. up
A saw cut on the surface of a board to relieve stress. Used to create a curve in wood, as with toe kick cover around a base cabinet.
The slot formed by a saw.
The void left after metal has been removed by thermal cutting.
The waste produced when a saw blade cuts through a pad of veneer.
The correct name for the cut made by any saw.
The gap between the ends of a ring after it has been cut.
The width of the sawblade (circular or band) and the source of sawdust. The more traditional circular sawblades are wider (1/4" to 3/8") than the newer band saw blades (1/8" to 3/16") and produce more sawdust, a waste byproduct of sawmills.
The width of cut made during the process of separating a wafer into individual integrated circuits.
A cut made by a saw, sometimes used as a form of decoration. Similar to some form of inlay work but without the inlay.
The groove or notch made as a saw passes through wood. Also the wood removed by the saw in parting the material.
The width of the sawblade tips (circular or band) and the source of sawdust. The more traditional circular sawblades have tips with a wider kerf (1/4â€ to 3/8â€) than the tips on new bandsaw blades (1/8â€ to 3/16â€).
A cut in a concrete surface made by a saw or router. (Also see sawcutting.
The groove left in a piece of wood by a saw cut.
The cut made by a saw blade (the material actually removed by the blade). Saw blades of different thicknesses will leave a different kerf. When changing saw blades, if a blade with a different kerf is installed, caution must be exercised because a different kerf will affect the accuracy of the linear measuring system on that machine.
The width of cut made by a saw blade.
The space left between two pieces of wood when one piece of wood is sawn in half. The wood that becomes sawdust.
The groove left in a board when cut by a saw blade.
A thin slot cut into a part with a molder or saw blade. Weatherstrip is inserted into kerfs cut into door jambs.
A groove that often holds weatherstrip.
A saw cut. When applied to curved work, means a series of saw cuts against the grain, not quite all the way through, which permits the wood to be bent into curved shapes.
1. A cut made with a saw, or with a cutter, part way through a material, generally to facilitate breaking to a desired shape. 2. The space from which metal has been removed by a cutting process.
The width of a cut.