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 fr:rhino:advancedfilleting [2015/09/14] fr:rhino:advancedfilleting [2015/09/14] (current) Line 1: Line 1: + ====== Advanced Filleting ====== + > **Summary:​** //There are situations where the automatic filleting tools in Rhino may fail. This page contains tutorials that show how to manually get the desired results.// + + **Contact:​** [[jb@mcneel.com|John Brock]] or [[pascal@mcneel.com|Pascal Golay]] + + ======The two primary commands for filleting surfaces in Rhino are:====== + + ====FilletEdge:​==== + * Creates a tangent surface between multiple polysurface edges (joined) with optional varying radius values, trims the original faces, and joins the resulting surfaces together. + * Is not limited to just two surfaces + * Can fill in corners between adjacent fillets + * Is limited to exactly three surfaces meeting at a point + * The radiuses used can not be so large that they overlap each other and completely consume any surface they are following. + + ====FilletSrf:​==== + * Creates a tangent surface between two surface edges (joined or not) with a constant radius, and optionally trims and/or extends the original surfaces. + * Works on exactly two surfaces at a time + * Does not fill in corners between adjacent fillets + + ======What if they don’t work?====== + + \\ + + | **[[FourSrf|Four Surfaces]]** | + | [[FourSrf|{{:​legacy:​en:​step_8.jpg}}]] |This example will show you how to manually fillet a corner where 4 planar surfaces meet at a single point. | + | //Last update: january 19th 2007// | + + \\ + + | **[[FiveSrf|Five Surfaces]]** | + | [[FiveSrf|{{:​legacy:​en:​5srfEnd.png}}]] |This example will show you how to manually fillet a corner where 5 planar surfaces meet at a single point. | + | //Last update: january 22nd 2007// | + + \\ + + | **[[OverlapSrf|Overlapping surfaces]]** | + | [[OverlapSrf|{{:​legacy:​en:​OverlapStart.png}}]] | [[OverlapSrf|{{:​legacy:​en:​OverlapEnd.png}}]] |This example will show you how to manually fix two overlapping fillet surfaces. | + | //Last update: january 19th 2007// | + + \\ + + | **[[PocketSrf|Short walled pocket]]** | + | [[PocketSrf|{{:​legacy:​en:​PocketStart.png}}]] | [[PocketSrf|{{:​legacy:​en:​PocketEnd.png}}]] |This example will show you how to manually fillet a pocket with the walls are too short for the desired radius. | + | //Last update: january 22nd 2007// | + + \\ + + | **[[SmallToBig|Existing small radius]]** | + | [[SmallToBig|{{:​legacy:​en:​SmallToBigStart.png}}]] | [[SmallToBig|{{:​legacy:​en:​SmallToBigEnd.png}}]] |This example will show you how to use a large radius fillet when a small radius fillet already exists. | + | //Last update: january 22nd 2007// | + + \\ + + | **[[TanCylinders|Tangent Cylinders]]** | + | [[TanCylinders|{{:​legacy:​en:​TanCylindersEnd.png}}]] |This example will show you how to fillet two stacked cylinders that share a tangent side. | + | //Last update: january 22nd 2007// | + + \\ + + | **[[OverlapBoxes|Overlapping boxes]]** | + | [[OverlapBoxes|{{:​legacy:​en:​OverlapBoxesEnd.png}}]] |This example will show you how to fillet the shared edges of two overlapping boxes.| + | //Last update: january 22nd 2007// | + + \\ + + | **[[FourSrfReverse|Mitch'​s First Challenge]]** | + | [[FourSrfReverse|{{:​legacy:​en:​Mitch1Done.jpg}}]] |Here'​s an example sent in by Mitch Heynick. ​ Mitch writes: Fillet all vertical edges plus the base with a radius of 10.  Fillet the horizontal inside edges near the top at 5. --Mitch| + | //Last update: january 25th 2007// | + + \\ + + | **[[FourSrfAngle|Mitch'​s Second Challenge]]** | + | [[FourSrfAngle|{{:​legacy:​en:​Mitch2_07b.jpg}}]] |Here'​s another example sent in by Mitch Heynick. ​ I'll admit, this one stumped me but Pascal figured it out. Mitch writes: Fillet all the surfaces except bottom with a constant radius of 5.  --Mitch| + | //Last update: january 30th 2007// | + + \\ + + ---- + + + +
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