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bevel

[′bev·əl]
(design engineering)
The angle between one line or surface and another line or surface, or the horizontal, when this angle is not a right angle.
A sloping surface or line.
(graphic arts)
An instrument composed of two rules joined together, opening to any angle, which is used to draw angles and measure and lay off bevels.

Bevel

A sloped or canted surface resembling a splay or other chamfer, where the sides are sloped for the purpose of enlarging or reducing them.

bevel

1. The angle which one surface of a body makes with another surface when they are not at right angles.
2. See door bevel.
3. See lock bevel
4. A bevelsquare.
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The unit requires no extra tools to adjust the bevel height and sheet thickness, and comes with fixed angle cutter mounts that help users produce bevel angles of 30[degrees], 37.
Table 1: Microleakage scores in two groups of teeth with and without bevels for fissure sealant placement.
Selecting the correct bevel number isn't an exact science.
The bevel depth adds perspective, agreed Tim Franer, owner of Tim Franer and Company, a Houston-based consulting firm.
With the Lansky Sharpening System, the bevels are maintained by a guide rod that is attached to the stone and inserted into slots in the clamp.
A single click lets you choose from among 16 styles of 3D bevel, or you can create a custom bevel style, choosing your bevel height, depth, and lighting angle.
To make the two equal skirt boards for each table, bevel two strips of flooring near one end.
Bevel carves and embosses, creating buttons and eye-catching text with custom bevel shapes and surface textures.
A set of 10 plug-in filters for Adobe(R) Photoshop(R) and other compatible host programs, Impact creates chrome, bevels, glass buttons, perspective shadows, and more.
Methods for tilting the blade to cut bevels vary among the saws.
So, while the semi-automatic or automated welding systems required to work on bevels, assuring only a uniformity around the pipe circumference of [+ or -] 0.