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IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology, 2003
Usually, automatic cutting-off machines, of metallic pipes or bars, use constant cutting velocity. This mode of operation, constant cutting velocity combined with different profiles of materials to be cut, causes variable cutting forces to be applied to the saw. As a result, the cutting off machine is generally set for the worst expected conditions, otherwise excessive wear of the saw and machine will occur. Further, traditional cutting-off machines require adjustments to be made in order todoi:10.1109/icit.2003.1290807 fatcat:byzxemz2mjfldaa4lx65hxgmum