A kourbash is a strip of old hippo-hide with a sort of keel on it, like the cutting edge
of a boar's tusk.
The diamond cutting edge in average four times harder than the cutting edge
made of WC, but four times weaker in case of bending strenght, moreover, it is characterized by low toughness .
Carbide Cutting Edges shall be Carbide type with the cutting edge
fabricated from AISI-1020 steel or equivalent, 3/4" X 6" have sintered Tungsten Carbide inserts, approximately 1" wide and 9/16" thick running the entire length of the Cutting Edge
Some local fractures on the cutting edge
occurred due to fatigue and built-up edge formation .
The Cutting Edge
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Another advantage of the button cutter is that the round inserts allow for the use of more of the cutting edge
, resulting in up to twice the material removal capability of a typical square-edged insert.
If the cutting edge
wears down too far, the moldboard is damaged and has to be replaced or sent to support for repair.
For nano-scale cutting in this system, the cutting depth can be controlled in the range of 1-100 nm (1 nm = 10-6 m) by changing the normal load applied to the cutting edge
fixed on the cantilever tip.
Check the angle of the cutting edge
and hold the tool on the belt so it preserves this angle while you're sharpening.
The bottom line is that the most old-fashioned broadheads are really on the cutting edge
A previous study  showed that cutting-power consumption could be decreased by decreasing the diamond film thickness and by polishing the diamond film near the cutting edge
If all goes as planned, Fab 30 by the end of the year will begin yielding its primary and perhaps only product: the cutting edge
, copper-based Athlon microprocessor chip, formerly known as K-7.
What it is: A distinct "notch" or slice-like deterioration of the cutting edge
develops at the depth of cut line.