PATENT OF THE WEEK – BLADE ASSEMBLY FOR CUTTING ROOTS
The BLADE ASSEMBLY FOR CUTTING ROOTS was invented by Samuel James Baker on the 31stof May 2018, bearing patent number US20180146625A1.
The above invention is a blade assembly for cutting roots. It has a hand-carried weed cutter or hand-carried sidewalk edger. The blade meeting incorporates a rear blade configured to assist a plurality of blades at the shaft of the weed cutter. The rear blade has a plurality of tooth disposed round its perimeter, and a valuable starting configured to be obtained with the aid of using the shaft of the weed trimmer. The front blade has a plurality of tooth disposed round its perimeter. Stacks of grinding segments are sandwiched collectively among the rear blade and the front blade, every stack of grinding segments extending in part across the blade meeting at an angle. Each grinding phase has a plurality of tooth disposed alongside an outer fringe of the grinding phase. Spacers without tooth are adjoining to and separate the stacks of grinding segments from one another. The spacers also are sandwiched among the rear blade and the front blade.