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Jacques Cousteau battled pipe gurgle on land and sea.
Here he is developing the world's first Gurgle Gremlin detector.
I wonder if "blame Wildcat" will become a theme here? - Fr_Tom
I learned a new word today.
Is this what you mean by "chamfer?"
---They'll paint daisies on my coffin.
Yes, a bevel might be another word for it. It's a softening of hard angle edges. In a cylindrical context it would be a funnel shape. A chamfering bit would be ideal for the job. I did mine with a sharp pointed blade and sandpaper.
I should note that I also make sure the airway is drilled to an appropriate diameter and if it's not, I would make that modification too.
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