listen to the pronunciation of kerf
Englisch - Türkisch
kesilmiş parça
çentik yapma
{i} testere ile yapılan çentik
(Tıp) kerf
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Hımarın, bevlini koklayıp başını yukarı kaldırması
Englisch - Englisch
the groove or slit created by cutting a workpiece; an incision
1. a slit or notch made by a saw or cutting torch2. the width of cut made by a saw or cutting torch
The area of metal removed during the first pass of the laser
The initial cut made in a piece of wood that is used to guide the saw blade
{n} the notch cut or sawn away in timber
The width of a cut produced during a cutting process
The width of a saw cut
The width of a cut made by a saw
Groove in the edge of ceiling tile, which accommodates and hides a suspension member
A cut, notch, or groove in a material
The width of a cut
The thickness of cut made by a saw or a slotting tool such as a biscuit jointer router cutter The terms is also used to refer to the thickess of the blade of the tool
{i} cut in wood made by a saw
The space from which metal has been removed by a cutting process
A groove in jamb and head sections to receive weatherstripping or other seal
The width of a saw cut made in a board, the measured width of material removed by the passage of the saw blade
Width of the cut made by a saw blade
the cut or channel made by a saw or other cutting process
Refers to the width of the cut (but is sometimes used to mean the saw thickness)
A saw cut When applied to curved work, means a series of saw cuts against the grain, not quite all the way through, which permits the wood to be bent into curved shapes
A notch, channel, or slit made in any material by cutting or sawing
The groove left in a board when cut by a saw blade
The area removed from a board by a saw, determined by the thickness of the blade plus the amount of set to the teeth The wider the kerf, the harder the saw is to push while cutting
A description for the cutting face between the internal and external diameter of a coring bit
The undercut of a coal face
Width of the cut made by a saw blade (22)
a groove or slit in a material caused by cutting; an incision
A saw cut on the surface to relieve stress Used to create a curve, as with toe kick around a curved base cabinet
the width of a cut made with a saw
A sawcut which does not cut the whole way through a piece The backside of a starting step riser is often kerfed in order to bend it in the shape of the bullnose tread up
The notch or slit made by a saw or torch when cutting
Türkisch - Englisch
(Tıp) kerf