The present book reports the design of experimental work to be executed for establishing approximate generalized empirical model for Bamboo (machining properties) processing operations such as cross cutting, external knot removal,splitting, internal knot removal, sliver and stick making, on the basis of experimentation data chosen, using methodology of engineering experimentation. The evolution of bamboo machining properties using processing cutters is a complex phenomenon. There are many factors (like geometric variables of machine and bamboo, variation in angular speed, torque and current) affecting the performance of bamboo processing machine. This book presents an experimental investigations and Sequential classical experimentation technique has been used to perform experiments for various sizes of bamboo at different varying speed. An attempt of mini-max principle has been made to optimize the range bound process parameters for minimizing processing torque, Energy, and time required for bamboo processing operations. This book also reports on design & development of machine with specialty of multiple operations of bamboo processing incorporated in a single machine.