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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As for a less invasive preparation design, the slight chamfer preparation would be the recommended option (Beuer et al.
The length of each individual chamfer is determined by the thread size.
To calculate the length of the chamfer, use the appropriate formula.
Solid carbide drills combined with a chamfer collar collet chuck system can be used instead of special step-drills in many applications from 5/32" - 3/4".
com; Napoleon, OH) can cut and simultaneously face and chamfer the OD and ID of tube ends.
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).
Both styles are available standard with a 45[degrees] end chamfer or with square corners.
Developed by Valenite MODCO, the Kam-Set features automatic sizing of its tool units that allows machines to bore a semifinish diameter in one pass, chamfer the top of cylinder with auxiliary inserts, and then automatically adjust to finish bore the cylinder walls using the same tool as the unit is retracted from the engine block.
This reamer is used as a pilot to chamfer and deburr simultaneously improving the quality of reamed holes, and making parts easier to assemble.