Bench Grinder: A motor powering one or two grinding wheels; used for sharpening tools and shaping metal objects.

Bevel cut:
A bevel cut made on a mitre saw is made by cutting across the grain of the workpiece with the blade angled to the fence and mitre table. The mitre table is set at the zero degree position and the blade set at an angle between 0°and 45°.

Biscuit:
Thin strip of wood, typically beech, that is glued into a slot in two pieces of stock to hold them together.

Biscuit Cutter:
Commonly referred to as a Plate Joiner or Biscuit Cutter.  This powertool is used to cut slots in boards to accommodate biscuits.

Biscuit Joiner:
Another name for a Plate Joiner or biscuit Cutter.  This powertool is used to cut slots in boards to accommodate biscuits.

BPM:
Beats Per Minute. A measure of the frequency of the hammering action of a hammer drill or Rotary Hammer Drill.

Bump Feed:
A method to feed out cutting line on a line trimmer. Speed up the cutting head and bump (hit) the head on the ground and a pre determined length of line is feed out.

Butt Joint:
Methos of joinery where the two pieces of stock are simply butted together and held with any combination of glue, nails or screws.

 

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