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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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But when trimming more than 50 cases, I use one of several "front end" trimmers because even with a motor-powered lathe, trimming and chamfering more than 5 to 6 cases a minute is impossible.
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In the then-existing setup, there were two operations, the face milling and the chamfering.
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Also on exhibit will be automatic recessing tools, for repeatable grooving, recessing, facing, and chamfering, including internal operations in deep bores.