Chamfering facilitates assembly, such as the insertion of bolts or nuts into holes. Chamfering also eliminates sharp edges, which decreases the risk of cuts and injury to anyone handling the metal item.
To chamfer the edges, turn on the edge router close to the workpiece. Rout the required profile in the other direction with the tool flush along the edge. To avoid burn marks, run along the edge evenly all the way to the end of the workpiece and then turn the tool off after routing the edge.
An angled line that joins the ends of two straight 2D objects is called a bevel or chamfer. a 3D solid's sloping transition between two surfaces or adjacent faces.
Chamfering is the process of removing a 90 degree edge by making a tiny cut at a 45 degree angle. Chamfering is a handy tool for deburring and is used in woodworking, glass cutting, architecture, and CAD. Chamfer is both a noun and a verb, and it's also a common word for this type of cut.
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