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Is it possible to do a fillet edge on a surface? like rounding of a square on the corners made from curves?
Same command doesnt work on a surface. I now do it the slow way by drawing a rounded line extrude surface straight and than trim the corner. but its getting rather irritating and slow this way.
I guess there is a simple way to do this
Txs for the effort in helping me out
I am not sure what the issue is. There are many ways for rounding surface corners. I don't really get the process you are describing doing it.
You can use fillet surface, variable fillet or blend tool for these operations. You should probably show a illustration of what the problem is.
Using the fillet surface command:
i'll explain in the file, its a little different want i want from what you have shown.
This technique i know, have a look at the file please
Ok i get it. I would do this operation with a trim on the surface. You can do this by choosing adjustable curve blend then use G2 or what ever continuity you want to correct the shape of the curve and then trim the surface. Easy peasy :)
If u just want a simple fillet you can make this trim curve by the fillet curve command and choosing the surf edge.
Txs Roy i will have a go and try it out now, never seen this curve blend.... ill let you know in a few minutes.....
Roy I'm lost here, i cant select anything from the surface if i type the command filletedge, i just want a simple fillet edge
Your the greatest hero for today 4 me Roy.
Thanks a lot
btw Im using 4 atm but i have 5 running also, but as a beginner (7 days beginners course i stick for a few weeks to 4 before i make a switch)
Your my other hero!
Now i'll try to get my toolbar buttons straight again because all off a sudden when opening Rhino the where all mixed up and yes they where locked grrrrr...
start using v 5 :) the toolbar bug seems to be fixed. Exept when u get an update it changes
I wil start with 5 Roy today! I cant even get my standard toolbar back with the arrow.
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Here's an example file that shows two ways to approach this.