Chamfer


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chamfer

[′cham·fər]
(engineering)
To bevel a sharp edge on a machined part.

Chamfer

The groove or oblique surface made when an edge or corner is beveled or cut away, usually at a 45-degree angle.

chamfer

chamfer, 4
1. A bevel or cant, such as a small splay at the external angle of a masonry wall.
3. A groove or furrow.
4. An oblique surface produced by beveling an edge or corner, usually at a 45° angle, as the edge of a board or masonry surface.
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Often chamfers leave burrs on the top and the inside edges of drilled holes, so we use the NamPower brushes because they are flexible enough to remove any burrs from the top edge, while going into the hole enough to deburr the lower edge," says Sun.
Keywords used were crown margin", finish line", margin design", shoulder margin", chamfer margin", marginal discrepancy", marginal fit" and fracture resistance".
We can see that maximum axis misalignment that is compensated is equal to the half of the short side of the peg if peg has no chamfers while in case with chamfered peg, axis misalignment up to 3.
Three margin designs were taken into consideration: shoulderless, chamfer, and shoulder.
Shearer et al4 showed no significant difference between chamfer and shoulder margins in the fit of In-Ceram crowns.
The arm can wield a wire brush to eliminate burrs, use a rotating carbide tool to cut chamfers, or handle a sanding disk to improve the surface finish.
The new In-Plastic system allows CNC machine users to cut and chamfer the top and bottom of both sides of plastics in one action.
A new "smart" tool in SpaceClaim recognizes standard-sized holes in imported geometry, as well as recognizes chamfers, counterbores, and countersinks.
The length of each individual chamfer is determined by the thread size.
You must allow for the chamfer on the lead of the tap when programming.
The new solid carbide drills, used in combination with a new chamfer collar collet, can be used instead of special step-drills in many applications from 5/32" - 3/4" (4mm - 20mm).
com; Napoleon, OH) can cut and simultaneously face and chamfer the OD and ID of tube ends.