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Example sentences for "bevel"

Lexicographically close words:
betwixte; betymes; beuf; beurre; beut; beveled; beveling; bevelled; bevelling; bevels
  1. When you commence, turn the flat side next the board of the hive, and the bevel crowded by the combs will follow it close the whole length; with the other tool they are cut across the top, and readily lifted out.

  2. The chisel should have the bevel all on one side, like those used by carpenters.

  3. The point is now cut off on a bevel for clearance.

  4. Throw the bevel on one side by placing the tool on the anvil and driving one side of the metal down to the other side.

  5. Illustration: Side tool] Heat one end and bevel it off as you did when making the round nose tool.

  6. With the file, bevel the edge and smooth all down.

  7. Either file or grind the bevel which forms the cutting edge sharp.

  8. To make a tool of this kind bevel off the end of the stock, place the other end in the fire, and heat about two inches to a red heat.

  9. If this is carefully done it will cut the proper bevel for the cutting edge.

  10. To get the slopes for the ends of the legs and the shoulders of the tenons, lay out a full-sized drawing in pencil and lay the bevel along these lines, adjusting the parts to the lines.

  11. Illustration: Detail and Finished View of Hall Tree] First square up all the posts and bevel them at the tops as shown.

  12. First square up the posts and bevel the tops as shown in the detail sketch.

  13. Bevel both sides of the pieces, making the edges very thin so they will cut the air better.

  14. An iron washer, Z, is used to reduce friction; bevel block K to give a rocker motion.

  15. A bevel wheel should be cut in the same manner as the spur wheel, but the cut should be deeper on the side which has the larger diameter.

  16. To make the apparatus, lay off the bases as shown in the end view and bevel the ends at an angle of 60 deg.

  17. Bevel it toward all sides and keep the edges sharp, as sharp edges are best suited for the brass trimmings which are to be added.

  18. Bevel these pieces the same as the ones for the T-shaped boomerang.

  19. Bevel the ends of the knee braces, as shown in the diagram, and fasten the lower ends to the beveled ends of the bases with the spikes.

  20. Bevel the ends of the knee braces and fasten the upper ends of each pair to the post with one 9-in.

  21. Bevel two sides of one end of each post down to the width of the finished bar--a little less than 2 in.

  22. Bevel the edge of the opening if you wish.

  23. In the beveled flints the side-chipping producing the bevel is always to the left, as may be seen in figure 235; only one exception to this has been found.

  24. The bevel is such as would be necessary if the implement were held in the right hand and pulled toward the user.

  25. Place the mixture sparingly on the bevel face of the valve.

  26. This can be avoided if the grinding paste is applied sparingly to the bevel face of the valve.

  27. If the logs are squared, cut a small bird's-mouth notch in the rafter where it extends over the side-plate logs of the pen and bevel the top end of your gable rafters to fit against the ridge-pole as in the diagrams.

  28. A and B; also, since A and B have rounded surfaces, it will be necessary to so bevel the ends of the puncheon (C, Fig.

  29. Plane the corners of the square down to those octagon lines, thus producing an octagonal rod, and completing the first exercise in bevel planing.

  30. Then apply Exercise 4, and so bevel the sides and ends as to make chamfers, as shown in Figs.

  31. Plane one side of each and bevel one edge to the pitch the bevel was previously set for.

  32. Set the bevel to the oblique line at each side of the dovetails, and transfer this bevelled line to each side at points c c c c and d d d d.

  33. Having carefully skinned, cleaned, and preserved the portion to be exhibited, the centre-board is cut out with a short bevel on the inside, and on the other the full shape of one side of the fish.

  34. Bevel off the upper and lower ends on opposite sides to match the outline of the neck, and then screw it firmly to the lower end of the neck standard.

  35. The same is true of the regular bevel protractor for measuring angles.

  36. Great care must be taken not to bevel the inside of the gouge when whetting with the round edges of the stone, as the result will be the same as with an ordinary chisel or plane bit.

  37. Care should be exercised that the same bevel is kept so that it will be uniformly hollow ground.

  38. In working out the round nose of a gouge for wood turning, it is necessary that the handle be swung from one side to the other while, at the same time, the chisel is revolved to cut the bevel evenly.

  39. The bevel should be hollow ground slightly as then comparatively little metal need be removed when whetting.

  40. The rough edge left by the emery wheel should be whetted off with a slip stone by holding the chisel on the flat side of the stone so that the toe and heel of the bevel are equally in contact with it.

  41. They are sharpened on one side only, and the bevel is about twice the thickness of the chisel at the point where sharpened.

  42. The wheel should be about 6" in diameter as this will leave the bevel slightly hollow ground.

  43. The length of the bevel should be about twice the thickness of the blade at the point where the sharpening begins.

  44. The length of the bevel should equal about twice the thickness of the chisel at the point where it is sharpened.

  45. The bevel should extend well around to the ends so that the cutting edge extends to each side.

  46. The bottom screws, C, of the first set of gills, B, are actuated by bevel wheels on a cross shaft engaging with bevel wheels on their outer extremity, the cross shaft being geared to the main shaft.

  47. The screws, C¹, of the second set of gills from two longitudinal shafts are connected by bevel gearing to the main shaft.

  48. Varnished stock if it is very dry may nick the knife, and a clean oily (but not too oily) swab run over the bevel of the knife before the cut will make a smoother, safer cut.

  49. A general rule for the length of bevel on knives is two and one-half times the thickness of the knife.

  50. A knife grinder with a cup-shape emery wheel makes it easier to grind the bevel straight.

  51. It must be of the proper shape and thickness and bevel and temper and free from any burrs or lumps on its back edge.

  52. A blunt bevel is preferred for hard stock; a long, thin bevel for soft stock.

  53. For smooth "glass edge" cutting, the bevel of the knife may be ground slightly concave.

  54. The bevel should be ground flat or a shade concave, and must not exceed twice the thickness of the knife, plus one-quarter inch, or twenty-four degrees.

  55. If a knife is ground on the rim of an ordinary emery wheel worn to a small diameter, the smallness of the emery wheel will tend to make the bevel concave.

  56. In making up books to be bound two or more on, one-fourth of an inch trim must be provided for, to clear the bevel caused by the knife.

  57. An oily rag tied to a stick kept handy and passed along the bevel of the knife before cutting hard stock will improve the cut.

  58. What is the rule for the length of the bevel on knives?

  59. Its cutting edge and the bevel above it are now polished to a high degree, owing to friction with the wood.

  60. This bright rim is part of the polished surface the whole bevel had before we began this second sharpening, which proves that the actual edge has not yet touched the stone.

  61. It will be seen that each has a long bevel ending in a blunt ridge where the cutting edge should be.

  62. Finish the surface in the same manner all over between the gouge grooves and the edges of the leaves, producing a very slight bevel as in section a, Fig.

  63. Whenever leaves run out to a fine edge they also should have a small bevel like this in order to avoid an appearance of weakness which acute edges always present.

  64. Tools which are going to be used in soft wood require rather a longer bevel and more acute edge than when they are wanted for hard wood.

  65. In doing this, cut the rim all round with a very slight bevel as in section, Fig.

  66. The bottom of the panel shows a bevel instead of a hollow border: this will serve to distinguish it as a starting-point for the little branches which appear to emerge from it like trees out of the ground.

  67. The Professor had prepared an adjustable bevel square, which was simply two legs hinged together at one end, by means of a set screw, like a compass.

  68. For the present, with only a single instrument, the bevel square, we must be content to make our calculations exactly at midday, when the shadow points due south.

  69. The compensating gear is of the bevel type, half shrouded and so close together that sand and grit are kept out.

  70. In the operation of the differential gear, the power is first transmitted to spur gear, containing cushion springs, from thence by the springs to a center ring and four bevel pinions which bear equally upon both bevel gears.

  71. The whole differential consequently will move together as but one wheel when engine is moving straight forward or backward; but when turning a corner the four pinions revolve in the bevel gears just in proportion to the sharpness of the curve.

  72. There are several forms of differential gears, differing largely as to combination of spur or bevel cogs.

  73. The bearings of the fan and jack shafts should be kept well lubricated with hard oil, and the bevel gears should be kept well greased with axle grease applied with a stick.

  74. The makers claim that lost motion can be taken up in a bevel gear much better than in a spur gear.

  75. By bevel gears and a long shaft the power is conducted to the differential gear in connection with the rear wheels.

  76. Then place it in the vise, and bevel one end and round the other as shown in the drawing.

  77. It is more difficult to keep the line between the bevel and upper part of the iron straight than in grinding chisels, on account of the wider blade.

  78. Care must be taken to keep the iron perfectly flat or a bevel will be formed.

  79. With it held in this position, rub it back and forth upon the stone with a rotary motion, making a second narrow bevel along the edge of the tool (see Fig.

  80. You will find the bevel handy for reproducing angles.

  81. In handling the framing-chisel the bevel of the blade should be toward the work, which is just the opposite from that shown in Figs.

  82. Bevel the edges of the eighteen-inch board, and then nail it to the arms, driving the nails through this piece into the arms.

  83. Gouges and Draw-knives= are ground similarly, the former being rocked from side to side, in order to grind the curved bevel uniformly.

  84. Bevel the lower edge and nail a two inch strip below the top, as at A in Fig.

  85. Cut the legs out of four-inch boards, and bevel the lower ends to make them set solidly upon the floor.

  86. These mortises are made to receive the legs, and the angle of the bevel will of course determine the angle at which the legs will spread.

  87. The angle of the bevel should be about twenty-five degrees.

  88. Grind upon the bevelled edge only, and hold the tool in the same relative position, to prevent the bevel from becoming rounded.

  89. Then lower the edge upon the stone until the bevel strikes it flatly, and bear down upon the blade with your left hand.

  90. Other angles may be drawn out upon a piece of wood and the bevel adjusted to them so these angles can be laid off upon other pieces.

  91. Bevel the edges and place four brass hooks in the front, as shown in the drawing, from which to hang the broom, dust-pan, etc.

  92. B is mitered, the difference being that a bevel is applied to an angle joint like a box corner, while a miter has reference to a joint such as is illustrated in Fig.

  93. A sort of double bevel tool so arranged that an angle can be made at the same time on both side of a base line.

  94. A small try square should always be used (not the large iron square), and this with a sharp-pointed compass and bevel square will enable you to turn out a satisfactory piece of work.

  95. This can be done by using a bevel square, and holding it so one limb will show the boring angle.

  96. The hatchet should be ground with a bevel on each side, and not on one side only, as is customary with a plasterer's lathing hatchet, because the blade of the hatchet is used for trimming off the edges of boards.

  97. A and B are both oblique firmer chisels, A being ground with a bevel on one side only, and B with a bevel on each side.

  98. Unless ground off with a bevel on both sides it cannot be controlled to cut accurately.

  99. To lay out the cut with an ordinary bevel necessitates the use of dividers and a second handling of the bevel, making three operations.

  100. Then draw down an angle from each alternate cross line (A), and turn the bevel and draw down the lines (H).

  101. The bevel square may now be used in the same manner as on the side of the board Y, and the fitting angles will then be accurately true.

  102. Bevel one edge of each as shown in A (Fig.

  103. The flat side must be kept flat on the stone; the bevel may be lifted just a trifle.

  104. The bevel at the further end of the cover can be planed by holding the cover upright in the vise.

  105. To grind a good bevel on a tool like a chisel, it must rest upon something steady.

  106. As in making the whistle, page 32, so here draw pencil lines for the bevel 3/8" wide on the cover.

  107. Practice planing a bevel on waste wood first.

  108. The butt of each half is cut chisel-shaped, with the bevel on the flat side; the rounded face is smoothed off, and it may be tapered toward the head of the stake.

  109. The butts of each piece have been whittled to a feather edge, the bevel extending back about 2 inches.

  110. Often there was no bevel to take the rib ends on the lower outboard corner of the main gunwales, and the gunwales were not fitted so that their outboard faces stood vertically.

  111. The worker determines the bevel of the shoulders by fitting the thwart to the run of the gunwales, the temporary thwarts being shifted so that the distance between the gunwales equals that set by the measuring stick.

  112. The rib ends were forced between the main gunwales and the bark cover, coming home in the bevel of the lower outboard edge of the main gunwales between the group lashings of the bark cover as in the Malecite canoes.

  113. The northwestern canoes built in this manner had double gunwales, an outwale and an inwale, but no bevel or notch for the rib heads.

  114. The thickness was also reduced by a cut on the inside, so that the ends were chisel-pointed with a short bevel on the inboard side.

  115. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "bevel" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
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