The words bevel and chamfer overlap in usage; in general, they are often interchanged while having the same meaning. We offer one hundred types of bevels and chamfers for your consideration, many for milling the back side of crown moulding, manufacturing hexagon shapes, octagons columns, decagon profiles for milling on a lathe, which will be turned into round columns that are too big to be milled on a conventional style moulder. We offer a few custom designs for milling haunch miters and locking miter joints for manufacturing beam wraps, post wraps, and newel post for staircases.
We have uniquely created our crown moulding back bevel knife designs in a way to save every manufacturer thousands of dollars in production cost throughout the years. All our forty-five degree and under cutters for crown moulding were intentionally designed to be milled on the right vertical spindle on an industrial style moulder, while in the same aspect, all our forty-five degree and higher crown bevels are purposely designed to be milled on the left vertical spindle on the same machinery, all our crown and cove moulding profile designs coincide with the above-mentioned cost saving techniques.