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Knock the four corners down, bevelling them as shown in the sketch, and trim the end off rounding for the head.
THE LIBRARY OF WORK AND PLAY: WORKING IN METALSCHARLES CONRAD SLEFFEL
The bevelling of the curves at the ends was the only new feature of the knife work.
CARPENTRY AND WOODWORKEDWIN W. FOSTER
This looks well and saves the need of bevelling the edges of the roof-boards.
The most difficult part is the bevelling of the joints (see Bevelling).
The ends of these last pieces should properly be bevelled (see Bevelling) to make a fairly tight joint.
The bevelling of the edges of the top and front boards can be done after the box is put together (see Bevelling).
Where the two sides of the roof meet at the top, the edges must be bevelled (see Bevelling).
These must be bevelled at the ridge and the tops of the ends must also be bevelled where they join the roof (see Bevelling).
The degree of bevelling required can be determined by laying a board across (Fig. 415).
In cutting off a corner or rounding or bevelling an edge you can use the slanting cut (Fig. 620).