chamfering


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chamfering

[′cham·fə·riŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Machining operations to produce a beveled edge. Also known as beveling.
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This chamfer body permits drilling and chamfering in a single tool.
The Chamfering Tool features a guide that helps control the angle of the bevel.
While modifications like chamfering are best undertaken by capable, experienced hands, the tools, along with Brownells' typically well-detailed instructions, put these processes into the hands of confident hobbyists.
In addition, X*treme Step 90's countersink of 90 deg limits the need for deburring and facilitates superior chamfering, and correction of the countersink promotes the highest degree of process reliability.
The flat crowns are typically chamfered internally with the usual 45- or 60-degree chamfering tools to complete the job.
Instead of chamfering the edge, you can simply round it slightly with sandpaper.
SURTECH has introduced the Model 61 bench-top chamfering machine; designed to produce smooth, burr free chamfers on straight edged metal parts including steel and non-ferrous metals.
Gear Technology, a leading international precision gear manufacturer, recently acquired a new, state-of-the-art gear chamfering machine to improve product quality and reduce the time-consuming task of chamfering gears.
In the then-existing setup, there were two operations, the face milling and the chamfering.
Also on exhibit will be automatic recessing tools, for repeatable grooving, recessing, facing, and chamfering, including internal operations in deep bores.