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rich
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Raster images

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10-09-2007 10:59 AM
I can clip an image and make chamfers on the corners but is there a way I can make fillets?
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JDMather
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Re: Raster images

10-09-2007 03:05 PM in reply to: rich
You could create a polygon with a high number of sides to simulate an arc.
Then run Image clip - new polygon and select the endpoints of the lines to create a new clipping polygon.
Attached is a quick example. I didn't create very many edges to approximate arc to save time.

Alternatively I guess I could have used the divide command to place a bunch of nodes for selection on an arc.
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Re: Raster images

10-09-2007 03:14 PM in reply to: rich
I tried again using Divide this time.
Can get good results with just 4 or 5 points on arc. Use more if you need it smoother.
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