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Fillet in 3D objects

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I want to know how to do fillet in 3D objects.

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Smile Fillet in 3D objects

These are the steps for the Fillet in 3D objects in AutoCAD !!

Click Solid tabSolid Editing panelFillet Edge. Find
Select the edge of the solid to fillet.
Specify the fillet radius.
Select additional edges or press Enter.


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