And thus much may serve concerning angle decoration by chamfer.
The chamfer circles are left out of these figures to reduce the number of lines and so keep the engraving clear.
(the top stone being made deeper that you may have room to chamfer it).
The borders of the arches are simple rectangles without even a chamfer, but the effect is excellent.
chamfer the top end of each post, and taper the lower ends as shown in detail.
The outer edges representing a chamfer are horizontally lined.
Some of the older Willard batteries have a chamfer or groove in the under, side of the cover.
The distance from the shoulder to the point of the V was equal to the width of the desired bevel or chamfer.
Ten inches down, and on the same side, with the chamfer is a cross gain , the same angle as the chamfer.
This form of chamfer is used for ornamental purposes, and is known as a Stop chamfer.
c.1600, "small groove cut in wood or stone," from Middle French chanfraindre (15c., Modern French chanfreiner), past participle of chanfraint. The second element seems to be from Latin frangere "to break" (see fraction); perhaps the whole word is cantum frangere "to break the edge." Meaning "bevelled surface of a square edge or corner" is attested from c.1840, of uncertain connection to the other sense.