Controls options for placing a chamfer between two detailed part ports. The parts do not have to be connected.
Displays the Chamfer Properties Dialog, which you use to view and modify the properties of the chamferbefore it is written to the database.
Displays images corresponding to supported methods for creating a manual chamfer.
Bounded Plate Chamfer
Initiates chamfer creation by selecting part, part face, and face of another part that overlaps the port of the parent part.
Unbounded Plate Chamfer
Initiates chamfer creation by selecting part and face.
Edge Reinforcement Chamfer
Initiates chamfer selection by selecting an edge reinforcement part and face.
Indirect Plate Chamfer
Initiates chamfer creation by selecting part, part face, and face of another part that does not overlap the port of the parent part.
Select Parent Part
Select the part that contains the first port to use in creating the chamfer. This part is the parent of the chamfer.
Select Port to be connected from Parent Part
Specifies a port of the parent part. This port is used as the first input to the chamfer.
Select Other Port to connect to
Specifies a port of another part as a second input to the chamfer. This property is only available for the Bounded Plate Chamfer and Indirect Plate Chamfer methods.
Select Port on End Cut
Specifies a port on the Edge Reinforcement end cut of the chamfer.
Creates the chamfer.
Specifies the chamfer root class for the chamfer.
Specifies the chamfer.
Enables or disables the Chamfer Item list. Selecting this check box disables the Chamfer Item list.
Specifies the length options for a chamfer. Select Overlap, Full Edge, or Extend by Value.
Specifies the start of the extension length. This option is available only when Extend by Value is selected.
Specifies the end of the extension length. This option is available only when Extend by Value is selected.