A corner; angle; niche.
An outer or external angle.
To incline; to set at an angle; to tilt over; to tip upon the edge; as, to cant a cask; to cant a ship.
To give a sudden turn or new direction to; as, to cant round a stick of timber; to cant a football.
To cut off an angle from, as from a square piece of timber, or from the head of a bolt.
A log that is squared on two or more sides.
(1) Short for Cant Strip; (2) The act of installing foam at a right angle adjunct.
Log that has been roughly squared by either chipping or sawing. Ready for sawing into timber
Log that is squared on two or more sides and to be sawn further. Ordinarily, cants are intended for researing at right angles to their widest sawn face. A log is first debarked then the rounded slab or outside portion of the log is cut off by the sawyer.
A log with one or more squared sides.
Log that is squared on two or more sides and to be sawn further. A log is first debarked then the rounded slab or outside portion of the log is cut off by the sawyer. The remaining square or rectangular portion of the log is called a cant. Lumber is cut from the cant. The more pieces of lumber cut, the more sawdust (waste byproduct ) is produced, reducing the log yield of marktable board feet.
A large slabbed log on the headsaw, usually having one or more rounded edges, which is destined for further processing.
two surfaces meeting at an angle different from 90 degrees
To orient or position in an angular fashion—other than true horizontal, vertical or square
A term used to describe the angle at which either foot is positioned medial or lateral from a vertical axis. In other words, how much angle beneath your feet from side to side bends your knees together or apart.
an obtuse angle.
Angle between two walls, less or greater than a right angle.
A squared up log or a large slab cut from a log, destined for further processing by other saws.
A log partially or completely cut square along its length.
A square-sided timber - this is the wood prior to being sent on down the production line to be made into specific sizes.
A large slab cut from a log at the head saw, usually having one or more rounded edges and destined for further processing by other saws.
A beveling of foam at a right angle joint for strength and water run off.
The angle of lean from the vertical that the firearm has whilst being held by the shooter.
A log that has been slabbed on one or more sides. - Category: Guitar Anatomy
Cant (or Canted) is the architectural term describing part, or segment, of a facade which is at an angle to another part of the same facade. Generally the angle is less acute than a right angle enabling the canted facade to be viewed as, and remain, one composition.