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A chamfer is a corner beveled at a 45-degree angle and is created by placing a three-cornered piece of wood in the corner of the formwork. All square or rectangular columns should have chamfers if appearance is a concern, unless architectural limitations prohibit them. Corners of concrete beams often are chamfered as well.