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Camber is the deviation of a side edge of a steel strip from a straight edge. Camber appears as a curve along the length of the strip and is caused by one edge being longer than the other. Typically, customers will require a camber tolerance on slit material. Excessive camber is referred to as a hook or a dogleg.

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