The machining process primarily used to part material such as rough-cutting excess material away before machining or cutting curved patterns in sheet metal. Sawing machines substitute mechanical or hydraulic powered motion for arm motion to achieve the speed necessary for production operations. The cutoff operation is usually one of the first requirements in any production process before any machining, welding, or forging is done. The saw blade has individual teeth that "track" through the workpiece, each tooth deepening the cut made by the preceding tooth in the direction of feed. The saw or work may be fed and by controlling the direction of feed, either straight or curved cuts can be made.
The available procedures and links related to aforementioned processes can be found here.
Saws Manufacturing Process
Cold Saw Cutting Guide