Definitions for "Chamfer"
Keywords:  bevel, arris, corner, sharp, splay
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.
Keywords:  conical, buttress, slanted, thread, api
This is a conical surface at the starting end of a thread.
Slanted surface, which connects two external surfaces.
The conical surface at the end of threaded pipe (API round or buttress threads).
The trimming of spokes and body members, particularly of wagons, with a wheelwright's adze (q.v.), a wheeler's side (q.v.). and finally a spokeshave q.v.) to reduce their weight and, in the case of vehicle bodies, to provide decoration.
Generic term used to describe the process of using a special tool to "countersink", "radius" or "cone" the inside of a hosel in order to help provide a measure of protection, particularly for a graphite shaft.
Keywords:  staves, sloping, ends
The sloping ends of the staves.
Keywords:  furrow, torqued, bore, bolt, cylinder
cut a furrow into a columns
Creating a cupped section leading into the threads cut into a casting, such as a cylinder block. The top of the cylinder bore is also chamfered. The chamfer tends to prevent the metal from cracking when it is subjected to the stress imposed when the bolt is later torqued.
An external angular feature emanating perpendicular to the axis of the part.
Keywords:  grind, bar, band, bearing, small
A small 45% grind on a bearing bar or band bar.
Keywords:  ease, planed, handling, section, damage
Planed section of a component - usually to ease handling and reduce damage.
To make a chamfer on.