from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An undersized, cone-shaped tooth.
  • n. In mech., a tooth having, in section, the shape of an isosceles triangle; a fleam-tooth.


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  • Maintenance work follows the same pattern as for peg-tooth saws except that, additionally, raker adjustment is needed.

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  • The following maintenance tools are necessary for peg-tooth type saws:

    Chapter 6

  • Jointing is done in exactly the same way as for peg-tooth saws (1).

    Chapter 6

  • In peg-tooth saws, these three things are done by one tooth.

    Chapter 6


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