An upward convexity of a deck or other surface; as, she has a high camber (said of a vessel having an unusual convexity of deck).
An upward concavity in the under side of a beam, girder, or lintel; also, a slight upward concavity in a straight arch. See Hogback.
To cut bend to an upward curve; to construct, as a deck, with an upward curve.
An upward vertical displacement built into a truss in order to compensate for deflection which might be caused by the loadings.
curve of a club's sole, either heel-to-toe or leading edge-to-back of sole, to soften the sole's edges and create a more forgiving club.
Deviation from edge straightness usually referring to the greatest deviation of side edge from a straight line.
The radius measurement of the sole of a club. A sole can be cambered from toe to heel, or from front to back, or both.
An arcing, or bending, of the back or cutting edge of the band tool; in positive camber, the cutting edge arcs backward, in negative camber, the cutting edge arcs forward.
Rise or crown of the center of a bridge, or Bowline through a culvert, above a straight line through its ends.
The bridge-like arc seen when a snowboard is placed base down on a flat surface; spreads the rider's weight evenly along the length of the deck.
The amount of space beneath the center of a snowboard when it lays on a flat surface and its weight rests on the tip and tail.
The bridge-like arc in the center of the board that lifts the middle of the board of the ground.