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You can fillet solids but not wireframes or surfaces. Figure 24-34 shows a 3D mechanical drawing with several filleted edges.
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24 Creating Solids and Editing in 3D
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Figure 24-33: When you use the UCS option, the lines seem to touch the boundary edge when you look at it from the top, but they can have different Z coordinates.
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Figure 24-34: Filleted edges are common in 3D mechanical drawings.
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To use the FILLET command for solids, follow these steps: 1. Choose Fillet from the Modify toolbar. 2. At the Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim]: prompt, select the edge of the solid that you want to fillet. You cannot deselect this edge, so you must select the solid at the proper edge. Ignore the other options.
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3. AutoCAD senses that you have selected a solid and responds with the Enter fillet radius <0.5000>: prompt. Press Enter to accept the default of 0.5 or type a new radius. 4. At the Select an edge or [Chain/Radius]: prompt, press Enter if you only want to fillet the one edge you have already selected. You can also select other edges of the same solid. Press Enter to end selection of edges. AutoCAD fillets the edge or edges you selected. You can also change the Radius at this prompt. 5. Use the Chain option to fillet a set of attached edges. AutoCAD responds with the Select an edge chain or [Edge/Radius]: prompt. Continue to pick edges that are attached to the previous edge you picked. Press Enter to end selection of edges. AutoCAD fillets the entire chain of edges. You can select different radii for different edges. At the first Enter radius <0.5000>: prompt, specify the radius for the edge you just selected. After that, use the Radius option to set the desired radius before you select the edge.
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The drawing used in the following Step-by-Step exercise on filleting solids, ab24-h.dwg, is in the Drawings folder of the AutoCAD 2002 Bible CD-ROM.
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1. Open ab24-h.dwg from the CD-ROM. 2. Save the file as ab24-11.dwg in your AutoCAD Bible folder. This is a solid model of a mounting angle, as shown in Figure 24-35. It needs to be filleted.
Figure 24-35: The mounting angle needs filleting.
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3. Choose Fillet from the Modify toolbar. 4. At the Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim]: prompt, pick the edge at 1 in Figure 24-35.
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5. At the Enter fillet radius <0.5000>: prompt, type .25 . 6. At the Select an edge or [Chain/Radius]: prompt, pick 2. 7. At the Select an edge or [Chain/Radius]: prompt, pick 3. Press Enter to end the command. AutoCAD fillets all three edges. 8. Save your drawing. It should look like Figure 24-36.
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Figure 24-36: The filleted mounting angle
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Chamfering in 3D
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You can chamfer solids but not wireframes or surfaces. Figure 24-37 shows a solid with chamfered edges. (You can see this solid as part of the wheel shown at the beginning of this chapter in Figure 24-1.)
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Figure 24-37: A solid with chamfered edges
Part IV Drawing in Three Dimensions
To chamfer a solid, follow these steps: 1. Choose Chamfer from the Modify toolbar. 2. At the Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/ Method]: prompt, select the edge you want to chamfer. The edge is displayed as a line between two surfaces. AutoCAD highlights one of the surfaces that touches the edge you selected. 3. At the Base surface selection...Enter surface selection option [Next/OK (current)] <OK>: prompt, press Enter to accept the highlighted surface as the base surface. You need to define the base surface in case the two chamfering distances are not equal or if you want to chamfer a loop, which is the entire base surface. Right-click and choose Next to highlight the next surface. (There are only two surfaces that touch the edge you selected.) Press Enter when the desired surface is highlighted. 4. At the Specify base surface chamfer distance <0.5000>: prompt, type the chamfering distance for the first surface. This is the amount you want to cut off from that surface. (The default is the last distance you specified.) 5. At the Specify other surface chamfer distance <0.5000>: prompt, type the chamfering distance for the other surface. (The default is the last distance you specified.) 6. At the Select an edge or [Loop]: prompt, select the edge you want to chamfer. You can also use the Loop option. AutoCAD then prompts you to select the edge loop. Select the surface, and AutoCAD chamfers all the edges of that surface. 7. AutoCAD continues to prompt you to select edges or edge loops. Press Enter to end selection when you are finished.