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Delete Part Fillet Feature??

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12-07-2011 08:40 AM

Hello Experts!!

Can you delete part of a  fillet feature? While still keeping part of it & adding to it.


I have a fillet feature with 2 fillets to a part. One is in the wrong place.


The Feature Fillett1 if you edit it, you will see what I mean. 


Keep the middle one. Both fillets are 0.25"


Replace the bottom fillet to the top corner.


I would like to keep the Feature in the order it is in, if possible.


I am using Inventor 2012.


Kind regards


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Re: Delete Part Fillet Feature??

12-07-2011 08:46 AM in reply to: 20112679

Edit the Fillet feature

Ctrl Click the edge you don't want filleted.

(you could now select the edge you do want filleted - but I wouldn't do that as you have already created some dependencies on that edge)

Select OK and then add the fillet at the bottom of the history tree.

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Re: Delete Part Fillet Feature??

12-07-2011 08:47 AM in reply to: 20112679

You can edit the feature and use the "CRTL" button to deselect and edges you don't want.

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