Re: Can't fillet a certain edge Post by IanP » Fri Apr 01, 2016 10:42 am It is easy to go fillet happy, but I find that when using 3D printers they can make a big difference on any part that is being put under strain, especially where you have to twist or bend parts to fit them together. but even a small fillet of 0.3 fails. Wish for quite a rounded edge, at least 1mm rad if poss. In AutoCad 2006 through 2008, one thing that I've noticed which causes the process to "crash" while attempting to fillet, is when I pick an edge, then select "chain", the "chained" fillet path will stop at any "point" that is not curved. By the way, the curved plate and the dimple are not UNIONed, please union then fillet if you can. So draw 4 lines to create a rectangle, or explode a rectangle. This method will leave the original objects intact and simply apply the fillet or chamfer. Click Fillet, modify the radius to a … Use fillet and radius of 1, select the top edge of the first cube, then chain, then select the other 3 top edges and look how the cube is filleted. Normal Fillet behavior Its amazing to think you could be using a basic command every day, yet still not know all of its features. Why? This morning I was stumped for a while because while trying to use the Fillet command to create a simple rectangle with lines, the Fillet command was trimming instead of keeping the side of the line I was selecting. Yesterday I was browsing YouTube, and came across a video about how to use some basic AutoCAD® commands, two of which were the CHAMFER and FILLET commands. Can't get AutoCAD to hatch an area? Now on the second cube use fillet on the vertical edges first(4 different operations). AutoCAD fillets the two objects, drawing an arc of the radius that you specified in Step 3. then use fillet again, select one of the top edges, chain, and then another edge, or corner on the top. You may also have to play with the "tangent propagation" setting as well -Sometimes a fillet will wrap around … I know Ive asked for help on this one before. Fillet will not work on block rectangles, but it will work on lines. Hi, stages are simple, create cylinder with sloping top, use sweep2 for slope, then fillet the edges. The arc isn’t connected to the two objects. As frequently as this happens, I could have just titled this article "Using Hatch in AutoCAD". In AutoCAD 2014, if you pick the first and last segments of an open polyline, an appropriate fillet or chamfer is then applied to close the polyline WhyCantFillet.dwg Usually, if you continue picking edges until you have a "closed path", the filletting will work anyway. Here’s how: Shown below is the fillet command; F to start the fillet command; T to get to the “trim mode” N to set the trim mode to “No Trim” Then set you Radius for the fillet and apply the fillet. How To Fix AutoCAD Fillet Trims Segment In The Wrong Direction I've been using AutoCAD since 1992, over 20 years. I would like to fillet a box, which has already been filleted, with a radius of 3, but cannot seem to get it working. Don't know, but don't care as long as I get that lovely yellow fillet preview.. -Face fillet will sometimes work when a constant size will not. AutoCad 3D :: Can't Fillet R21 Circle Mar 7, 2013. i cant fillet the r21 circle. I then booleanSplit the two crossing cylinders into it, Fillet the four edges radiating from centre, so far so good, then unable to soften up the 4 edged leaf shape. I got the curved dimple right but I cant seem to fillet it to the plate, no matter how small the fillet radius. View 9 Replies View Related AutoCad 3D :: How To Fillet A Box Which Has Already Been Filleted Jun 28, 2011. Select the second line of the pair that you want to fillet. Any idea why?