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
- 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.
- 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.
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: