The surface formed by cutting away the arris, or angle, formed by two faces of a piece of timber, stone, etc.
To cut a furrow in, as in a column; to groove; to channel; to flute.
A beveled or sloping edge (typically 45 degrees) to reduce the sharp intersection of two faces.
Bevel on corner or edge. A groove or channel.
Similar to a bevel but done at the end of the piece of wood and across the grain.
Small surface made by taking off a flat piece of timber at 45
(1)A beveled edge, technically one of 45 degrees. (2) A beveled cut made along the length of the edge of a board.
A beveled surface to eliminate an otherwise sharp corner.
To cut away the edge of a stone where the two surfaces meet in an external angle, leaving a bevel at the junction.
A sloping or bevelled edge.
To bevel an edge. This can be a straight edge, curved edge, or a hole.
The surface formed by removing the right-angled edge of a piece of timber (such as floor beams or lintels) to form a bevelled edge.
A slight angular edge that is formed on a piece of stock for decorative purposes or to eliminate sharp corners. Chamfers are similar to bevels but are less pronounced and do not go all the way from one surface to another.
To cut or grind a flat surface at an angle, as along the edge of seat frames.
Breaking the corner(s) of a normally square part, such as a newel post for example, by routing the corner(s) at a 45º angle to create a narrow flat face where the corner used to be.
To bevel or round an otherwise sharp or blunt edge. (Also see â€˜ bevelâ€™)
to cut off an edge or corner, or to cut a groove, or to flute
The cutting of stone at an angle to give expansion to a window or door rather than leaving just a squared-off opening (i.e., planed-off edges).
Surface made by smoothing off the angle between two stone faces.
Using a straight angle or a grinding wheel to break or remove the sharp edges or corners resulting from forging.
the process of beveling the inside and outside of a case mouth
two surfaces meeting at an angle different from 90 degrees
cut a bevel on; shape to a bevel; "bevel the surface"
a beveled edging used along a tenon to make it fit easier into its mortise
a narrow splay cut off the angle of an arris
To bevel the corner of a board at a 45° angle.
The beveled cutting of a corner or edge.
A corner which has been rounded or angled to eliminate an otherwise sharp edge.
To remove an edge or corner, to bevel.
() To bevel an edge.
A surface made by shaving the right-angled edge of timber or other material at 45 degrees
A 45° angle milled into the edge or end of a board.
An angled broken corner on a part.
A beveled edged paver, which allows water drainage, snow removal and reduces the occurrence of chipping pavers.
(or bevel, - c/f splay, canted) - A small splay to a corner. (arris). A hollow chamfer is concave.
the surface made when the sharp edge ( arris) of a stone block is cut away, usually at an angle of 45º to the other two surfaces. It is called a hollow chamfer when the surface is made concave.
To bevel off the right angled endge of a corner.
A bevel or slope created by slicing off the square edge or end of a piece of wood or other material.
A simple bevel done for embellishment of a timber.
a bevelled face.
A broken corner to eliminate an otherwise sharp edge.
The beveled surface, usually at a 150 to 450 angle, to break a sharp corner or edge.
beveled edge or channel on piece of wood.
Used for example, on edges, to make them appear smoother ie. it splits one edge into two.
To cut off the edge or corner. To bevel.
To bevel the junction of an exterior angle.
a beveled edge often for aesthetics
the small plane formed when a sharp edge or arris is cut away, usually at an angle of 45°; hollow chamfer, when the plane is concave; sunk chamfer, when it is recessed.
To bevel or round off a right-angle corner.
A bevel at the apex of an angle on a machined part to allow clearance and prevent interference when assembled with another machined part. The interference may occur from dirt, burrs, or incidental marring of the die surface. A chamfer aids in the assembly of closely fit machined parts. Large chamfers are sometimes used on the webs of hollow die entry ports to reduce the initial contact area between die and billet.
A ground beveled edge on an optic. Used to prevent chipping and/or to allow mechanical fit.
The decorative, beveled surface formed by shaving the corners of a square wooden column at a 45 degree angle.
Technique of reducing sharp corner of lumber by sanding or machining edge.
A sloping edge on a piece of wood.
A beveled edge on the corner of a post or beam.
A flat, narrow surface along the edge of a workpiece, usually at a 450 angle to any adjacent surfaces.
A narrow angled corner (typically at 45 degrees to adjacent surfaces); to plane the angled corner.
A beveled edge or corner.
A shaped corner to eliminate an otherwise sharp edge.
A surface formed by paring off an angle.
Usually applied to an edge connector area of a PCB to relieve the sharp edges where the PCB is inserted into an edge connector.
A 45° beveled edge around the top of a paver unit usually 1 / 16 to 1 / 4 in. (2-6 mm) wide. It allows water to drain from the surface, facilitates snow removal, helps prevent edge chipping, and delineates the paving individual units.
To take down a sharp angle into a flat edge which often produces a luminous strip along the contours of the chamfered part or area. Hand chamfering results in particularly clean recessed and protruding angles.
bevelled edge, usually at 45°.
beveled end, usually done as a preliminary operation to threading
A corner or edge that is cut at an angle or beveled.
A square edge cut equally on one or both sides of a piece of wood so as to form a bevel.
Bevelled or sloped at an angle to the main surfaces, usually on edgework and corners.
A chamfer is the surface that results when the sharp corner along the edge of a piece is planed to 45 degrees.
A beveled cut along the edge of a piece of furniture. (Usually 45 degrees)
A beveled edge on a fastener. The chamfer angle is measured from the normal to the axis of the fastener.
A bevel, a corner or edge removed, a relief.
A sloping or beveled edge.
To break the sharp edges of a glass lens in order to prevent chipping.
Edge obtained by cutting the edge of an object (bevelled).
The edge of a board that has been beveled at an angle.
The beveled cutting on an edge or corner.
To bevel or ream a taper on the inside of a case mouth to facilitate bullet seating.
To cut off the sharp edge of a 90 degree corner. To trim to an acute angle.
the grinding threads at the tip of a tap that are angled in order to allow the tap to pass through a hole. Also a beveled edge on the corner of a board, technically one of 45 degrees.
A beveled edge in metal art.
Groove, splayed, or beveled-off corner of a post or a molding.
A sloped surface that starts at the top of the material's edge and ends part way down the side rather than at the bottom. The bordering appearance is similar to that which is produced by a bevel.
File down a sharp edge to create a flat surface.
Beveled edge or corner, especially one cut on a 45-degree angle.
(n or v) A beveled corner used on the opening of a hole and the end of a cylindrical part to eliminate sharp corners. Chamfers facilitate the assembly of parts and are specified by giving a linear and angular dimension. When used as a verb, the term refers to the process of creating a chamfer on an object.
In polygonal modeling, the removal of a vertex to create a chamfered (cut-off) corner.
Angle on the inside edge of the barrel entrance of a terminal or connector housing that permits easier insertion of the cable into the barrel or of a plug into a receptacle.
Also known as a bevel, it is a flat truncated corner.
Beveled end, usually done on pipe prior to threading
To cut off the edge or corner of; a beveled cut on an edge.
A chamfer is a beveled edge connecting two surfaces. If the surfaces are at right angles, the chamfer will typically be symmetrical at 45 degrees. A fillet is the opposite, rounding off an interior corner.