Eased edge | Article about eased edge by The Free Dictionary
Any edge which is rounded slightly.
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The only thing to do differently is to trim the top the second time using a 45-degree bevel bit to cut a comfortable, eased edge
along the top (Photo 12).
Each limestone composite tile comes in a 155/8-inch-square size with an eased edge
and an extra-thick construction that provides impact resistance and absorbs sound.
Note: If your set has eased edges
, you must nest the pattern center groover in the gullet of the cutters above and below.