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The term “Eased Edge” more commonly refers to a slightly radiused profile than a slightly chamfered profile, although the use of the term
varies regionally and/or with specific fabricators. In either case, the edge treatment is slight, and normally does not exceed 1/16″ (1.5 mm).
“Pencil Round” generally refers to a radius near that of a standard pencil, approximatley 1/8″ to 5/32″ (3 to 4 mm).
Radius, Chamfer, or Cove edge profile can be any dimension. The actual dimension should be specified at the time of sale.
Chamfers are most commonly 45°, although not necessarily so.
Many of the profiles shown on this drawing can be done with laminated edge details.