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English translation: direction of (cutter/milling) teeth

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03:41 Oct 6, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
German term or phrase: Schneidenverlauf
Fräser werden weiterhin nach der Art ihres Schneidenverlaufes unterschieden.
Michael Scheidler
Local time: 12:03
English translation:direction of (cutter/milling) teeth
Explanation:
Verlauf=(von Schnittebenen)disposition,
(von Werkzeugen) run, (med. von Nerven)
course, (eines Reflexes) path.
Schneide einer Fraese=tooth; (eines Messers)edge, face etc. etc.
Schneide(n)verlauf I only found once
in google and not in the Duden or anywhere else, but you also can translate the "Verlauf"-part with direction, which I think would make more
sense: direction of their teeth
Or: differentiated by the direction of
their teeth
And I confirmed that, look at the following pages:http://www.machinist.org/army_machinetool/ch8.htm
And:http://www-ocp.wbmt.tudelft.nl/dredging/vlasblom/Wodcon97/19...

Plus, if you search google.com you will
find many more pages.
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Elisabeth Moser
United States
Local time: 06:03
Grading comment
You're right, the cutting edges of a milling cutter are the teeth. After some thought and also looking at the Websites you named and reading my text very carefully ;-) I think the best solution is "arrangement of the teeth" as possible types are straight, inclined, helical.
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Summary of answers provided
naShape of their cutting edgesRolf Bueskens
nacutter profiles OR cutting-edge profilesKen Cox
nadirection of (cutter/milling) teeth
Elisabeth Moser
naCutting path
Parrot


  

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12 mins
Cutting path


Explanation:
nach Art ihres Schneidenverlaufs = according to type of cutting path

Parrot
Spain
Local time: 12:03
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46 mins
direction of (cutter/milling) teeth


Explanation:
Verlauf=(von Schnittebenen)disposition,
(von Werkzeugen) run, (med. von Nerven)
course, (eines Reflexes) path.
Schneide einer Fraese=tooth; (eines Messers)edge, face etc. etc.
Schneide(n)verlauf I only found once
in google and not in the Duden or anywhere else, but you also can translate the "Verlauf"-part with direction, which I think would make more
sense: direction of their teeth
Or: differentiated by the direction of
their teeth
And I confirmed that, look at the following pages:http://www.machinist.org/army_machinetool/ch8.htm
And:http://www-ocp.wbmt.tudelft.nl/dredging/vlasblom/Wodcon97/19...

Plus, if you search google.com you will
find many more pages.



    Muret-Sanders, Duden, www.machinist.org/army_machinetool/ch8.htm
    Reference: http://www-ocp.wbmt.tudelft.nl/dredging/vlasblom/Wodcon97/19...
Elisabeth Moser
United States
Local time: 06:03
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in category: 11
Grading comment
You're right, the cutting edges of a milling cutter are the teeth. After some thought and also looking at the Websites you named and reading my text very carefully ;-) I think the best solution is "arrangement of the teeth" as possible types are straight, inclined, helical.
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10 hrs
cutter profiles OR cutting-edge profiles


Explanation:
OK, I can't find a reference for this, but I have seen 'Wellenverlauf' used where the English would be 'waveform' -- so if it fits your context, you're welcome to it

Ken Cox
Local time: 12:03
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2 days 16 hrs
Shape of their cutting edges


Explanation:
The text refers to the cutting edge on the milling cutter itself, not the path it cuts into a work piece.


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Rolf Bueskens
Local time: 22:03
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