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Subject:
Re: "progressive pitch" *PIC*
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Re: "progressive pitch" ()

Warren in Lancaster, PA
Holttzapffel and Disston both used pitch to describe the inclination of the tooth. I think I was sharpening saws for thirty years before this new definition was invented. I recall Adam Cherubini admitted he just made it up. Here is a snippet of Holtzapffel:

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