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    Default Fillet in....fillet out.

    Good Morning everyone!

    I'll make this quick, I need my fillet to go inward instead of out. n Thanks.

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    Default Re: Fillet in....fillet out.

    picture please -- as I have no idea what you are wanting
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    Default Re: Fillet in....fillet out.

    Fillet.png. This is what I need only with a cylinder. To do this I used fillet and then mirror.

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    Default Re: Fillet in....fillet out.

    Why not use an arc or the 2P Circle command and trim out the other half?
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    Default Re: Fillet in....fillet out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Iceberg View Post
    Why not use an arc or the 2P Circle command and trim out the other half?
    Is that possible with a cylinder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jande43 View Post
    Is that possible with a cylinder?
    Not that I know of. An option is to subtract a sphere from the cylinder.
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    Default Re: Fillet in....fillet out.

    Quote Originally Posted by jande43 View Post
    Is that possible with a cylinder?
    SLICE ?
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