Definition for "kerf"
- A groove or notch made by a cutting…
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- A groove or notch made by a cutting device, particularly a saw or an ax.
- The width of a groove produced by a cutting device.
- The groove or slit produced by cutting a workpiece; an incision.
- The width associated with the groove made while cutting.
- length between diverging saw teeth
- A notch, channel, or slit manufactured in any product by cutting or sawing.
- A Middle English preterit of carve.
- A cut; a cut; a stroke with a weapon.
- A channel or cut manufactured in lumber by a saw or other cutting-instrument.
- In a cloth-shearing machine, the wool taken off in a single passageway through the cutter.
- A layer of hay or grass. [Prov. Eng.]—5. What is slashed; a Cutting.
- To reduce an item of lumber or any other material with several kerfs allowing that it is bent.
- To cut (a strip or bar of lumber) with one or more kerfs for the intended purpose of bending it.