Draw a Fillet - Intergraph Smart 3D - Reference Data

Intergraph Smart 3D 2D Symbols

PPMProductFamily
3D Design and Visualization
PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart 3D
PPMCategory
Reference Data
Version_S3D
11.x(2016)
  1. On the Draw toolbar, click Fillet .

  2. On the ribbon, type a radius in the Radius box.

  3. Click one of the elements that you want to draw the fillet between. You can draw a fillet between arcs, lines, circles, ellipses, and curves.

  4. Click the other element.

  5. Click to draw the fillet.

  • You can draw a fillet without typing a radius. Click the two elements you want to use. Then move the pointer to a position that defines the radius, and click.

  • When the elements you want to use cross each other, you can draw a fillet at any of the quadrants. The software trims the remaining elements at the end points of the fillet.

  • You can draw a fillet at a corner with one click. On the ribbon, type a value in the Radius box. Position the pointer over a corner, then click.

  • The value in the Radius box is active until you change it, so you can click one corner after another to draw fillets with the same radius.

  • You can draw a fillet by dragging the pointer over the two elements that you want to draw the fillet between. When you use this method, the Radius box on the ribbon is not active.

See Also

Extending or Trimming Elements
Fillet Command
Fillet Ribbon