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[band-saw] /ˈbændˌsɔ/
verb (used with object), bandsawed, bandsawed or bandsawn, bandsawing.
to cut with a band saw.
Origin of bandsaw
v. use of band saw Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Hardwood sawmills, faced with a different economic situation, have been relatively slow to adopt bandsaw headrigs.
  • Cutting by means of a bandsaw or cut-off wheel does not ensure destruction.
  • Rotating parts and in-running nip points were not guarded on a bandsaw and belt sander, respectively.
  • The granite bandsaw cannot be used for cutting marble.
  • As this material is handled or cut by bandsaw, fibers potentially become airborne.
  • Bodies and heads were first cut in profile with a handsaw or bandsaw.
  • As a result of these communications, employees in the bandsaw area were required to wear hearing protection.

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