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Fillet Between Two Surfaces

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11-07-2002 07:17 AM
Pro/E guy trying to make the conversion to Inventor:

Id there anyway to make a fillet/round between two surfaces. Hard to expain what i'm doing but:

I have a shelled box with a outward taper. in each corner is another extrusion about 1 x 1. I need to a fillet that blends th top of the extrusion to the inner wall of the box. Anyway? I'll post a bitmap in Customer Files (Same Topic. Thanks
*Hintehoeller, Richard
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Re: Fillet Between Two Surfaces

11-07-2002 07:52 AM in reply to: jemery0630
Assuming you are trying to join the two faces that are yellow, I don't
think you can do it directly because they are disjointed.

You have to create the corner box so that the gap is filled, or add
additional elements to fill the gap.

Richard

jemery0630 wrote:
> Pro/E guy trying to make the conversion to Inventor:
>
> Id there anyway to make a fillet/round between two surfaces. Hard to
> expain what i'm doing but:
>
> I have a shelled box with a outward taper. in each corner is another
> extrusion about 1 x 1. I need to a fillet that blends th top of the
> extrusion to the inner wall of the box. Anyway? I'll post a bitmap in
> Customer Files (Same Topic. Thanks
>
*Maas, Karl
Message 3 of 4 (84 Views)

Re: Fillet Between Two Surfaces

11-07-2002 11:24 PM in reply to: jemery0630
I tried to add a face draft in the gap but it
wouldn't do the corner correctly. You could probably try to add the existing
fillets after the draft or recreate your 1x1 extrusion with a sketch on one of
the vertical planes and "Extrude to" an inner wall. This will create your
extrusion and fill in your gap in one step then the fillet is easy.


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style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
Pro/E
guy trying to make the conversion to Inventor:

Id there anyway to make a fillet/round between two surfaces. Hard to expain
what i'm doing but:

I have a shelled box with a outward taper. in each corner is another
extrusion about 1 x 1. I need to a fillet that blends th top of the extrusion
to the inner wall of the box. Anyway? I'll post a bitmap in Customer Files
(Same Topic. Thanks

*Reed, Darin S.
Message 4 of 4 (84 Views)

Re: Fillet Between Two Surfaces

11-08-2002 02:45 AM in reply to: jemery0630
geeze man, 1.5M for an image, how bout making it a
jpeg pleeeeeese


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