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wcarlsonM2NUS
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Fill in an empty space.

This is to replace a part for a Dyson Vacuum wall mount. It's custom dimensions because I've modified my Dyson vac to use Craftsman battery packs.

I wasn't sure how to get the insets on either side at the rounded end and I ended up using extrusions and cutting by extrusion. This left the gaps on either side. It won't affect the function but I am curious if I wanted to join the part there and eliminate the gaps, what would be the best way to go about it?

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I would copy the outside profile and offset it 0.5mm and then extrude the area to cover.  The offset is to the outside, round end, so it will not interfere with the inside.  Then repair all the fillets.  Model is attached.

 

 


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Thanks. I used the offset tool and that did the trick. Perfect!

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