Definition of Gangsaw

1. Noun. A power saw that has several parallel blades making simultaneous cuts.

Generic synonyms: Power Saw, Saw, Sawing Machine



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Literary usage of Gangsaw

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Forestry Quarterly by New York State College of Forestry (1915)
"The gangsaw, however, has the greatest capacity; the single blade varying ... The gangsaw requires no carriage, the clamps and rollers holding the log ..."

2. The Geology of Lycoming and Sullivan Counties by Andrew Sherwood, Franklin Platt (1880)
""When the quarry was examined (in 1875,) the works were in operation: they had 1 gangsaw, capacity 100 tiles per diem; these tiles usually 12"X]2"X1": the ..."

3. Annual Report by Washington Geological Survey (1902)
"The shaft*may be raised or lowered by means of a positive feed gear. The gangsaw is driven by a rod connected directly with the piston of a steam cylinder. ..."

4. Report of Progress by Henry Martyn Chance, State Geologist (1874-1890, Pennsylvania (1880)
"When the quarry was examined (in 1875,) the works were in operation: they had 1 gangsaw, capacity 100 tiles per diem; these tiles usually ..."

5. Annual Report for ... with Accompanying Papers by Iowa Geological Survey (1900)
"The plant includes one gangsaw capable of handling rock 6x12 feet, and rubbing bed twelve feet in diameter. The stone tools very easily and in appearance is ..."

6. Annual Report for by Washington Geological Survey (1902)
"The gangsaw is driven by a rod connected directly with the piston of a steam cylinder. The limit of speed in cutting depends upon the rate at which the saws ..."

7. Forestry Quarterly by New York State College of Forestry (1915)
"The gangsaw, however, has the greatest capacity; the single blade varying ... The gangsaw requires no carriage, the clamps and rollers holding the log ..."

8. The Geology of Lycoming and Sullivan Counties by Andrew Sherwood, Franklin Platt (1880)
""When the quarry was examined (in 1875,) the works were in operation: they had 1 gangsaw, capacity 100 tiles per diem; these tiles usually 12"X]2"X1": the ..."

9. Annual Report by Washington Geological Survey (1902)
"The shaft*may be raised or lowered by means of a positive feed gear. The gangsaw is driven by a rod connected directly with the piston of a steam cylinder. ..."

10. Report of Progress by Henry Martyn Chance, State Geologist (1874-1890, Pennsylvania (1880)
"When the quarry was examined (in 1875,) the works were in operation: they had 1 gangsaw, capacity 100 tiles per diem; these tiles usually ..."

11. Annual Report for ... with Accompanying Papers by Iowa Geological Survey (1900)
"The plant includes one gangsaw capable of handling rock 6x12 feet, and rubbing bed twelve feet in diameter. The stone tools very easily and in appearance is ..."

12. Annual Report for by Washington Geological Survey (1902)
"The gangsaw is driven by a rod connected directly with the piston of a steam cylinder. The limit of speed in cutting depends upon the rate at which the saws ..."

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