AutoCAD 2004/2005/2006

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Post 11 of 14

Re: Polyline corners do not join properly

04-09-2010 09:07 AM in reply to: frank.balnius
That does not solve it for me, but I'm back in version 2004 -- maybe it's changed since then.

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Amir_CAD wrote...
Please check that the line type you have drawn your object with is "continuous"
It should be solved.
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Post 12 of 14

Re: Polyline corners do not join properly

04-09-2010 10:23 AM in reply to: frank.balnius
you mean like a continous pline segment and the perform a fillet on it?

I did just that, gave the connected segments a global width and it worked just fine. (look at attached file)

maybe it's your approach

nevermind, I just took another look at your jpeg and your trying to fillet a pline with an arc segment (GOOD LUCK). Edited by: Caduser_zero on Apr 9, 2010 5:27 PM
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Post 13 of 14

Re: Polyline corners do not join properly

07-05-2012 04:00 PM in reply to: Kent1Cooper

If you're going to do a rounded corner like in your image you can fillet the corners and set the radius to be half the thickness of the line width.  The outside corner of the line will be rounded however the inside corner will not. 

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Post 14 of 14

Re: Polyline corners do not join properly

07-28-2014 10:50 AM in reply to: frank.balnius

I've noticed if one of the two segments is an arc then the corner will not have the nice mitered corner your looking for.  If you a short line segment at the end of the arc segement then you will get the nice mitered corner when you join and'or fillet. 

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