In general, all common cutting methods such as plasma, oxyfuel, waterjet and laser can be used for bevel cutting. Not only flat sheets, but also geometric work pieces can be processed in this manner with V, Y, and K chamfers.
Bevel cutting, also known as angle cutting, is the process in which a workpiece is cut at an angle other than 90 degrees. This type of cutting is typically performed using a specialised machinery or tools, such as a waterjet cutter, plasma or oxyfuel cutter that is capable of tilting the cutting head or the workpiece to achieve the desired angle.
Variable chamfers can also be used, which are necessary for a variety of welding processes.