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what is bevelling?
The process of bevelling, also known as beveling in America and sometimes referred to as chamfering, plays a vital role in metalworking. It entails the creation of a sloping edge on a plate or pipe. This chamfer, which is an angled cut, is essential for preparing the welding edge, especially when materials are thicker than 5 mm. Bevelling or chamfering before welding guarantees improved strength and stability in the final construction. Appropriate bevelling technologies are essential in the energy industry, in steel construction, shipbuilding, vehicle and container manufacturing.
Are you beveling pipes in non-standard spaces, and cables are becoming a complication?
Based on our customer's request, we successfully conducted a specialized cutting procedure on an internal pipe of a city water reservoir, which had been in service for over a century. The objective was to replace the old grey cast iron pipes with new pipes made from a more modern and advanced material.
Do you apply varnish? And do you still grind the edges? In the following article, you will learn how to achieve perfect edges for the varnishing process: Lightweight hand-held machines that round off quickly and precisely R2, R3, R4, and R5.
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