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Old March 23rd, 2010, 07:05 PM
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Round edges

Hi. I need some help in making round edges on an object. I've seen I can use FILLET, but I understand it's a 2D command, and that's why it doesn't work on 3D. Could anyone help me? I have a project for tomorrow, and I'm completely lost.

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Old August 4th, 2010, 09:40 AM
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Hi,

If you wish to fillet an object that is flat (i.e. no thickness) eventhough it's not in the X-Y plane you could change the UCS so the object becomes in an X-Y plane and then use the Fillet command.

If your object as a tickness then set an UCS to it's plane and then draw a polyline that complies with it's UCS X-Y, fillet this polyline then delete the original object and extrude the polyline to the original object's thickness

Marcel

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