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Synonyms for crosscut

to pass through or over

Synonyms for crosscut

a diagonal path

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a route shorter than the usual one

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cut using a diagonal line

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Cut quality is usually not at the top of the list when thinking about a crosscut saw.
Drift Tunnel TX50-V9W-1EYM, driven eastwards from crosscut tunnel TX50-19CM
This wane ratio decreased dramatically for both log sweep groups when the logs were crosscut prior to being sawn.
As in a toughness test, due to the grain orientation, the abrasive grits have penetrated deeper on the conventional panels than on the panels with crosscut grain for all grit sizes.
Blades of a crosscut design are similar to those used on a carpenter's power saw or table saw.
The banded vein structure that was encountered is identical to the A-vein structure identified in the 5400-ACC crosscut to the south.
We look at wine and see a $34 billion annual market ripe for disruption," says Adam Goldenberg, Venture Partner at Crosscut.
Because the panels with crosscut texture made of softwood branches are new products, it is necessary to investigate their properties.
In both the rip-first and the crosscut-first simulations and for all three grade mixes, the majority of the sawlines were made in the second cut-up stage (the crosscut stage in the rip-first simulations and the ripping stage in the crosscut-first simulations).
Flat or crinkle strip cuts are produced by dialing a different slice thickness and changing the crosscut spindles.
In between presentations extolling the marvels of the mega-decibel machines they were selling, the brothers took turns doing what they were famous for: sawing rounds off a 32" diameter Douglas fir log, using a crosscut hand saw.
Development work included a 476-foot shaft, a 600-foot crosscut and 400 feet of drifting.
Realizing that a way of life was ending, Ames recorded rare film of woodsmen working crosscut saws, horses twitching logs to the riverbank, log drivers in caulked boots balancing on the Machias River, and, 70 miles downstream in the town of Machias, logs being lifted from the mill pond to the bandsaw, and finished lumber being loaded into schooners bound for Boston and New York.
ACC5360, the southern crosscut, was excavated to a length of 104 meters (340 feet), and the northern crosscut, ACC5355, is currently 79 meters (260 feet) in length.