beveled edge

beveled edge

beveled edge of a door
Of a door; a vertical door edge which has a slope of 1/8 in. (0.3 cm) in 2 in. (5 cm) from a plane perpendicular to the door face. (See illustration p. 108)
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Equidistant from one another and from the top and bottom, three strong bolts protruded from the beveled edge.
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52 centimeters) thick with a beveled edge made of solid molded rubber, consist of a matrix of hollow cylinders that function like springs when compressed, providing a durable cushion that offer secure, stable footing and an energizing responsiveness.
6 The LASIK procedure is complete when the flap is securely repositioned on its beveled edge.
API's LAAPDs incorporate several proprietary and patented technologies, including special passivation of the beveled edge architecture and the use of neutron transmutated silicon.
The IntraLase laser also creates a distinctive beveled edge flap, which allows for precise repositioning, alignment and seating after LASIK is completed.
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Thousands of these tiny bubbles are precisely positioned to define the architecture of the intracorneal surface, as well as the distinct beveled edge of the resulting flap.
A computer interface allows the surgeon to pre-program flap specifications unique to the individual patient, including flap diameter, depth, width, side-cut architecture, hinge location and beveled edge.
When complete, the laser flap's beveled edge allows for accurate repositioning.
TM) premium granite can be fabricated to create a stunningly realistic look simply with a postformed edge or more elegantly with a beveled edge molding.
If the wafer is fully covered with tungsten during deposition, however, tungsten from the wafer's beveled edge may not be removed during the CMP process and may peel off during subsequent process steps, causing yield-killing contamination.