My best suggestion so far is to focus on two numbers:

- 1. points-per-foot

2. variation from the mean point-to-point distance

For the images below:

- a) which numbers matter the most? (Having read Jim_Thode comment re gullet-size here posted May 31st, 2017, 2:49 am, I no longer think it is simply the total number of points per foot.)

b) In images 1,2 & 3 below, what numbers would you use to describe the number of rakers, cutters and gullets per unit of length?

- 1.

2.

3.

Over 24 inches, my answers are:

- 1. Rakers: 20 points

2. Cutters: 22 points

3.Gullets:

- 10 gullets between Cutters

19 gullets between Cutter and Raker

10 gullets between Rakers

i.e. total 39 gullets

To just describe this saw as Champion, 21 points per foot ignores the relative spacing of each point, which Jim points out is critical to performance for any particular log.

Calculation: 20 Raker points plus 22 Cutter points = 42 points total over 2 feet