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)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Equidistant from one another and from the top and bottom, three strong bolts protruded from the beveled edge. I turned the knob and they were retracted flush with the edge; released it, and they shot out.
Retract the bolt just enough to insert the FIRE gauge with its beveled edge against the barrel notches.
Going by the name of a member of G'n'R is almost as ballsy as trying to lock a backside Smith on a beveled edge. Brian Hansen's down for both
A beveled edge helps prevent ink from running under the blade when ruling and precision assembly of the blade to the cast head assure's accurate alignment.
The hole cutter in the kit has a beveled edge that cleanly cuts a grommet hole in the tarp (Photo 1).
The beveled edge syringe is stronger than a cut syringe and fits securely into the neck of a 40 ml glass vial.
The tip of the suction coagulator has two cutouts along the beveled edge that produce a dynamic airflow, creating suction on two planes simultaneously.
Accessory options to accommodate unique handling needs include pit mounting, portability packages, accordion skirts, oversized platforms and beveled edge platforms.
In 2004, the company patented a system for assembling beveled edge Laminate flooring planks.
The tip of the suction coagulator has two cutouts along the beveled edge that create a dynamic airflow, reducing the potential for dogging and eliminating the need for an aspiration port on the handle.