Chamfer

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. (By contrast, a fillet is the rounding off of an interior corner, and a rounding of an exterior corner is called a `round` or a `radius`.) `Chamfer` is a term commonly used in mechanical and manuf...
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chamfer

To bevel or round an otherwise sharp or blunt edge. (Also see ‘ bevel`)
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Chamfer

• (v. t.) To make a chamfer on. • (v. t.) To cut a furrow in, as in a column; to groove; to channel; to flute. • (n.) The surface formed by cutting away the arris, or angle, formed by two faces of a piece of timber, stone, etc.
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Chamfer

(v) To bevel a sharp external edge. (n) A beveled edge.
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chamfer

verb cut a furrow into a columns
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Chamfer

[geometry] In geometry, chamfering is a Conway polyhedron notation operation that modifies one polyhedron into another. It is similar to expansion, moving faces apart and outward, but also maintain the original vertices. For polyhedra, this operation adds new hexagonal faces in place of each original edges. A polyhedron with e edges will ha...
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Chamfer

Cham'fer noun [ See Chamfron .] The surface formed by cutting away the arris, or angle, formed by two faces of a piece of timber, stone, etc.
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Chamfer

Cham'fer transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Chamfered ; present participle & verbal noun Chamfering . ] 1. (Carp.) To cut a furrow in, as in a column; to groove; to channel; to flute. 2. To make a chamfe...
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Chamfer

A corner or edge that is beveled, or cut, at an angle or beveled.
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Chamfer

A diagonal surface made when the sharp edge or arris of a stone block is cut away, usually at an angle of 45 degrees to the other two surfaces. It is called hollow chamfer when the surface created is concave.
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Chamfer

A flat, narrow surface along the edge of a workpiece, usually at a 450 angle to any adjacent surfaces.
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chamfer

A marginal finish on an extracoronal cavity preparation of a tooth which describes a curve from an axial wall to the cavosurface. ... Origin: fr. O.Fr. Chanfrein(t), beveled edge ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Chamfer

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.
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Chamfer

A surface formed by cutting off a square edge, usually at a 45 degree angle.
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Chamfer

Also known as a bevel, it is a flat truncated corner
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Chamfer

An external angular feature emanating perpendicular to the axis of the part
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Chamfer

Beveled corner.
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chamfer

beveled face formed by cutting off corner of stone or timber structure
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Chamfer

Cut back or bevel the sides of ditching and embankments, to give sloping surface (batter) and avoid unstable vertical sides.
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Chamfer

In architecture, a chamfer or champfer is an arris or angle which is slightly pared off. A chamfer resembles a splay, but is much smaller, and is usually taken off equally on the two side. The term chamfer applies to woodwork as well as to stone. In the Early English and Decorated styles, more especially in the Early English, chamfers frequently ha...
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chamfer

plane formed when the sharp edge or angle of a squared stone block is cut away
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Chamfer

Similar to a bevel but done at the end of the piece of wood and across the grain.
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Chamfer

Surface made by smoothing off the angle between two stone faces.
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Chamfer

surface made by smoothing off the angle between two stone faces
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Chamfer

Surface made by smoothing off the angle between two stone faces.
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