Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The shaft, arbor, or mandrel upon which a circular, annular, or ring saw is fastened and rotated. Also called saw-shaft, saw-spindle, and saw-mandrel.
“Recently they have added to their plant a steam automatic hammer, for pile driving, which is of the latest improved character, also an improved saw-arbor for sawing or piling, either above the water or twenty feet below it.”
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