Beveled Cutting Edge

A bevel is a sloped/angled surface following an edge. It is formed by cutting or grinding the material at a angle other than 90. Bevels are applied in almost all areas of product design and manufacture for diverse functional and aesthetic benefits.

Beveled Cutting Edge

A bevel is essentially a sloped or angled surface that deviates from the standard 90-degree edge, creating a tapered finish. This unique geometric feature is achieved through precise cutting or grinding techniques that sculpt the material at an oblique angle.

Bevels are a fundamental element in a myriad of product designs and manufacturing processes, offering a range of both functional and aesthetic advantages. In functional terms, bevels can reduce material stress, facilitate assembly, or prepare pieces for welding.

Aesthetically, they add a refined finish, enhancing the overall look of the product by creating dynamic lines and contours. Their versatility and impact on both the utility and appearance of items make bevels an indispensable technique in various industries, from woodworking and metal fabrication to glass crafting and beyond.

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