from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To cut off the edge or corner of; bevel.
- transitive v. To cut a groove in; flute.
- n. A flat surface made by cutting off the edge or corner of a block of wood or other material.
- n. A furrow or groove, as in a column.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. an obtuse-angled relief or cut at an edge added for a finished appearance and to break sharp edges
- v. to cut off the edge or corner of something; to bevel
- v. to cut a groove in something; to flute
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The surface formed by cutting away the arris, or angle, formed by two faces of a piece of timber, stone, etc.
- transitive v. To cut a furrow in, as in a column; to groove; to channel; to flute.
- transitive v. To make a chamfer on.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In carpentry, to cut a furrow in; flute; channel.—2. To cut or grind in a sloping manner, as the edge of anything square, so as to form a bevel.
- n. In carpentry, a groove or furrow.
- n. A bevel or slope; the corner of anything originally rightangled cut away so as to make an angle with the sides which form it. Also chamfering.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. two surfaces meeting at an angle different from 90 degrees
- v. cut a furrow into a columns
- v. cut a bevel on; shape to a bevel
A chamfer is a surface produced by cutting away an arris.
i want to figure out the code behind drafting of lines, polylines, and all drawing elements and other features such as chamfer, fillets, many more features that i can't recollect now. regards, Ben please email me at sundar. b.maniatgmail.com
i want to figure out the code behind drafting of lines, polylines, and all drawing elements and other features such as chamfer, fillets, many more features that i can't recollect now.
BTW, I always trim for length and chamfer for every load.
Might also chamfer the edges just a little with a file.
Mine had a chamfer, a fillet, and a few odd channels.
But it's also got a potentially crotch-savaging homemade leather saddle that would make Eric "The Chamferer" Murray chamfer out his own eyeballs in horror:
Slightly chamfer the risers at the cross-grain end.
Slightly chamfer the steps at the cross-grain end.
Which maximum cutting speed results when using a 16 mm chamfer mill at a spindle rotational speed of 12000 min-1? known: unknown: