Bevel angle | Article about bevel angle by The Free Dictionary
In welding, the angle which is formed between the prepared edge of a member and a plane perpendicular to the surface of the member.
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With the flip of a lever, you can adjust the bevel angle
quickly and easily in just seconds.
Each blade features 40 brazed carbide tips ground to a steep 20 degree bevel angle
for crisp, clean cuts both with and across the grain in plywood and solid wood.
We have found that the bevel angle
and other edge-profile parametric values can vary widely among wafer suppliers.
McLaughlin says, "Composite and plastic doctor blades commonly come with bevel angles
of 15[degrees], 22[degrees] or 30[degrees].