bevel cut

bevel cut

Any cut not at right angles.
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Prepare a scion for a bark graft with a long bevel cut 2 inches long, at its base, almost all the way across the base.
As the slide travels forward after ejection and picks up a round from the magazine, the case rim can jaunt within this bevel cut. Underneath the extractor tooth, there's a bevel and chamfer that also serve to guide the case rim up within the extractor claw.
Each bevel cut frame stores a photo and a beautiful die-cast gold plated medallion designating which branch of the Armed Forces your friend or family member served in.
Sliding table saws are more versatile machines, capable of bevel cuts (although there are some that offer a 45[degrees] bevel cut vertical panel saw as well), miters and compound miter cuts.
With the lathe in back-gear feed in a piloted center drill, (corresponding caliber of course), taking the tiniest bevel cut on the muzzle edge, holding the tailstock pad advance at a final locked position to give perfect cylindrical cut clearance.
The top edge of each board has a bevel cut to hold homemade picture hangers of heavy-gauge bent wire.
The double matted solid mahogany colored wood frame is bevel cut and simply exquisite.
When a bevel cut is ordered, however, merely monitoring the arc voltage is less apt to produce accurate cuts because an electrode wears during cutting.
One end of each spoke has a double bevel cut; make a 45-degree bevel from one side, then flip the 2x4 over and cut from the other side.
Cutting wide baseboards or fascias to form a tight, clean corner joint requires a perfectly square and straight bevel cut on the end of each board.
Practice on a piece of scrap first to test the depth of the bevel cut before trying it out on your workpiece.
Vary the width of the shavings by angling the plane along the board edge in a bevel cut. Thanks to reader Tom Jackson for this festive tip.