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two surfaces meeting at an angle different from 90 degrees

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cut a bevel on

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cut a furrow into a columns

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In some cases, these multi-purpose tools can also eliminate machining operations traditionally performed by chamfer tools and face mills.
8 presents alignment duration comparison of aluminium pegs with chamfers and without it at different axis misalignment e.
Without the usual 60-degree inner chamfer that trued up this surface, the remaining flat crown was hopelessly out of square and gave the predictably awful results.
introduces the C-Cutter Mini, an ultra-high-feed chamfer mill.
You enter "C" for chamfer and are prompted to choose to delete the chamfer or change the base distance or angle.
Sandia researchers Jim Novak and Jamie Wiczer devised a linear array of 16 sensors that permit a complete surface measurement of burrs and chamfers in a single pass.
They also use simplification techniques such as removing rounds or chamfers from part designs to improve performance.
Longer chamfers (taper and plug taps) help to distribute the cutting force along the length of the tap.
The new Model 3000 Bevel-Mill will produce clean chamfers at 8 ipm .
The ring systems can be designed with more than one set of 180 [degrees] offset chamfers, each chamfer built to varying dimensions.
The authoring client provides a full set of polygonal editing tools, subdivision surfaces, NURBS with trim curves and blends, sweeps, rails, lofts, skinning, and cross-sections, chamfers and fillets, metaballs and particle surfaces, Boolean operations, organic deforms, array tools, layers, and more.
Tap chamfers are identified by the terms, taper (longest lead chamfer), plug (medium lead chamfer), and bottoming (shortest lead chamfer).
Users can now construct solid primitives such as blocks, cones, and spheres; perform Boolean operations such as subtract, intersect, and union; extrude, sweep, or revolve geometry into a solid; and apply constant and variable fillets, chamfers, and blends to solid models.
The trueSpace7 collaborative authoring client provides a full set of polygonal editing tools, subdivision surfaces, NURBS with trim curves and blends, sweeps, rails, lofts, skinning, and cross-sections, chamfers and fillets, metaballs and particle surfaces, boolean operations, organic deforms, array tools, layers, and more.