Any angle other than a right angle; the angle which one surface makes with another when they are not at right angles; the slant or inclination of such surface; as, to give a bevel to the edge of a table or a stone slab; the bevel of a piece of timber.
An instrument consisting of two rules or arms, jointed together at one end, and opening to any angle, for adjusting the surfaces of work to the same or a given inclination; -- called also a bevel square.
Having the slant of a bevel; slanting.
To cut to a bevel angle; to slope the edge or surface of.
To deviate or incline from an angle of 90°, as a surface; to slant.
A deviation from a right angle break on a scored and severed glass edge.
By adding a beveling effect to a graphic, you are given the image and appearance that it is raised, which is done by adding shadows and highlights on the graphics edges.
A flange more attractively fitted at an angle to the sign or letter face in such a way as to reflect ambient light. Depending on the angle, a flange may be described as having a bevel (outward sloping) or an inverted bevel (inward sloping).
The rounded edge of a finger or thumb hole in a bowling ball, created with a bevel knife so that the sharp edge of the hole would not cut a player's fingers.
One surface meeting another at an angle.
An angular cut at the ends of the bearing bar.
A shallow angle applied to the circumference of one side of a piece of glass, usually used on small pieces of decorative glass divided by zinc or brass came.
The angle that one surface or line makes with another when they are not at right angles, and the slant or inclination of such a surface or line.
The angle formed between the prepared edge of the end of the pipe and a plane perpendicular to the surface of the member. The standard bevel for line pipe is 30o to facilitate welding.
Applying a beveled edge to a button gives it a raised look. It is possible to create both an an inner and outer.
An angled edge of a printed board.
A sloped surface at the arris line of a stone.
Beveled pipe ends are for welding purposes. Pipe which is cut at an inclination so that two ends form an angle other than a right angle.
A slanting edge, such as the shape of a chisel.
A three-dimensional edge effect applied to the border of a graphic. Adding a bevelled effect to a graphic image gives the image a raised appearance by applying highlight colours and shadow colours to the inside and outside edges.
popupid: bevel](Geometry) The process of performing a cut or division at any non-axial angle (ie. an angle that is not a multiple of 90°).
A 3D modeling operation. A bevel removes sharp edges from an extruded object by adding additional surface area around the surrounding faces.
Generally refers to the 45-degree angle on the window opening of a matboard that has been cut with a mat cutter. When such a cut is made, the core of the matboard is exposed. A standard bevel, which leaves the core of the matboard showing around the window opening in front, is cut from the back of the matboard. Unless otherwise specified, it is this cut that framers generally mean when they refer to the bevel. If a mat is cut with a reverse bevel, the 45-degree angle cut slants away from the surface of the matboard so the matboard core is not seen from the front. A reverse bevel often is used when a visible bevel would be a distracting element in the design. A reverse bevel is usually cut from the front; however, if the mat cutter head is reversed, this bevel also can be cut from the back. A straight cut refers to a window opening cut straight up and down on a 90-degree angle so that no slanted bevel results.
Rounded edge of any hole drilled in a bowling ball.
Bevel is produced by resawing lumber at an angle to produce two pieces thicker on one edge than the other. The manufacturing process results in pieces with one face saw textured. The other face is smooth or saw textured depending on the grade and customer preference. Stained Breckenridge Plywood
Hardwood floors come in either a beveled edge or a square edge style. The depth of the beveled edges can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. The beveled edge does serve a purpose. Beveled edge planks are more tolerant when installed over irregular surfaces so you have less of a chance of having an overwood problem during installation.
The edge of a metal printing plate that is honed at an angle so that it does not cut through the paper during printing.
two surfaces meeting at an angle different from 90 degrees
a hand tool consisting of two rules that are hinged together so you can draw or measure angles of any size
cut a bevel on; shape to a bevel; "bevel the surface"
an angle cut in one piece of wood such that it fits against another piece of wood
a slanting of the enamel margins of the tooth preparation cut at an angle with the cavity wall
a sloped or canted surface like a splay
The sloped edge of a ruler, wood, or inside edge of a mat board.
The angle to which the snowboard edges are tuned. Alpine boards have a greater bevel than a freestyle (halfpipe) snowboard.
the process of going from a 2D object to 3D. Bevel refers to the set of angle planes used to create a 3D surface.
The angle or edge that one surface makes with another when they are cut at a slant.
Ornamental effect applied to the edges of a text or picture model, so that edges meet in a curve or flattened area rather than at a 90-degree angle.
The rounded edge of the finger and thumb holes.
() A surface slanted to another surface.
An angled cut made through a board from face to face.
An angled edge ground into a mirror plate. Bevelling has been around as long as glass so it cannot be used as a definitive indicator of age. Hand bevelling (as opposed to machine bevelling) is still done today. Older bevels do tend to be shallower and wider than modern machined bevels.
The surface, at a certain angle to the tool blade, generated by grinding and sharpening a tool.
The angled edge of a three-dimensional object.
The slope on the end of a piece.
Angled or rounded edge of metal plate.
The angle of the front edge of a door usually from 1/8" to 2."
The degree of angle to which the edges of a snowboard are tuned..
a slope made by cutting of an angle except one of 90o. Anything that is not square is generally called a bevel angle.
The bevel is the sloping area(s) that fall from the spine towards the edge and false edge of the blade.
The slant, or angle, from the face of an engraved character to the background is termed the first bevel, or character bevel. The clearance taper, or sighting angle, on the sides of hand stamps is called the second bevel. (on engraved character): The angle of the side wall of the engraved character- usually 45 degrees. This angle is determined with relation to a line running perpendicular to the background and is always the same as the angle on the engraver's cutter.
formed when blade edge is resharpened by flaking from one side only, creating a definitely angular cross section
An edge detail also known as chamfer.
The "V" shaped edge of a finished ophthalmic lens that makes contact with the frame
A portion of material removed from the edge of a piece of wood. This technique can be used to create a natural finger-pull such as on a beveled-edge door. Also is used to create a specific angle when two pieces of wood are joined together. For example, when two pieces have a 45° bevel they create a right angle when joined.
Refers to the rounded edge of any hole drilled into a bowling ball.
Edge cut at an angle; corner with two angles and a flat plane between.
(n.) The pitch on the leading edge of a door which allows clearance for closing. Source: Lock Industry Standards and Training (LIST) Council
Machine angle other than a right angle. That is, a 3-degree bevel which is equivalent to a 1/8-in. drop in a 2-in. span.
A bevel refers to either an angle on an edge (other than straight or right) or the layout tool used to record and transfer this angle. The utility of a bevel is found in the broad body that may be held against a shoulder on the wood while the steel blade (adjusted to the desired angle and held by the set screw) provides a straight edge to mark along.
1. An angled facet that forms the cutting edge of a tool. Bevels can be flat, hollow ground, or rolled (convex). 2. Any chamfer.
The decorative angled edge of a mirror.
The angle of the lock edge in relation to the face of the lock stile. Standard bevel is 1/8" in 2" (3.2mm in 50.8mm). If otherwise detailed it must be so noted in ordering locks.
The angle of a lock front when not at right angle to the lock case, allowing the front to be applied flush with the edge of a beveled door.
A sloped edge that runs from the top to the bottom of a nameplate's edges providing a bordering effect.
Any angle at which two pieces of wood meet, other than a right angle.
Usually clear glass but now available in some clear colors, bevels are thick, flat pieces of glass that have an angle ground on the edges to produce a prism-like effect. Bevels can be many shapes, some plain like rectangles, and some in patterns to form bevel clusters, which can be seen many times centered on entrance doors and cabinets.
a slanted edge pressure flaked into an edge for the purpose of resharpening.
To file a slight angle into the side edge or base edge when tuning the snowboard's edges.
An angled surface not at 90 degrees, typically cut into the edge of a piece of lumber. Also a tool for making such an angle.
The angle or inclination of a line or surface that meets another at any angle but 90 degrees.
Beveling removes sharp edges from an extruded object by adding additional material around the surrounding faces. Bevels are particularly useful for flying logos, and animation in general, since they reflect additional light from the corners of an object as well as from the front and sides.
The angle to which the edges of the snowboard are tuned. Freestyle boards have greater base-edge bevels than an alpine board; however, alpine boards have greater edge bevels.
A sloped or canted surface contiguous with a vertical or horizontal surface.
The slant of a surface, as on a beveled edge door.
A machine angle other than a right angle, i.e., a 3-degree bevel which is equivalent to a 1/8 inch drop in a 2-inch span (1 mm in 16 mm).
A surface or edge cut at an angle, particularly applies to a panel, and commonly seen on glass and mirrors. When at 45 degrees, it's known as a chamfer.
A three-dimensional edge effect applied to the border of a graphic. The Pictures toolbar in Page view contains the Bevel command.
when the angle between two sides is greater or less than a right angle.
Any angle not at 90 degrees. Also, a tool for marking such an angle.
angle formed between the prepared edge of the end of the tube and a plane perpendicular to the surface. Standard line pipe bevel is 30 degrees.
Adding a beveled effect to a graphic image gives the image a raised appearance by applying highlight colors and shadow colors to the inside and outside edges.
Rounding of thumb and or finger holes to smooth their edges.
The process of filing a slight groove into the base or side edge of a board to tune its performance.
Cutting or shaping the edge or end of a material to form an angle that is not a right angle, such as the bevel cut on the window edge of a mat.
The slant from the surface of an engraved character to the background is referred to as the first, or character, bevel. The second bevel is the clearance taper, or sighting angle, which is usually a 45-degree angle on each side of the hand stamp.
The shaping of the edge of a lens to fit the groove of an eyewire.
Refers to the 45 degree edge of the mat window. A mat cutter is the tool used to make a bevel cut.
To chamfer an edge at an angle.
The angle between the flanges of a frame or other member. (When greater than a right angle, open bevel, when less, closed or shut); also, to chamfer.
A sloping edge, planed or chiseled on the edge of any surface.
A finished edge with an angle serving as a transition piece from one surface to another surface.
See â€œ chamferâ€.
A beveled edge refers to an edge of a structure that is not perpendicular (but instead usually at 45 degrees) to the faces of the piece. Bevel angles can be duplicated using a sliding T bevel.http://www.rd.com/content/openContent.do?contentId=12940 RD Living. Retrieved January 26, 2007.