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Why aren't I able to fillet these edges?

Answers

  • John_vd_WerffJohn_vd_Werff Member Posts: 30 PRO
    There are too many edges in your selection.
    Try unselecting edges 1 and 2: 

    Also check if edge 1 is really needed in your model, I would expect that surface should be smooth.
    Ideal would be to have only 2 edges in the fillet feature, one for the top surface and one for the bottom surface.
  • glen_dewsburyglen_dewsbury Member Posts: 109 ✭✭✭
    Try unchecking 'tangent propagation' or 'allow edge overflow' and see what happens. That way it won't try to fillet the edge between body and neck.
  • S1monS1mon Member Posts: 1,236 PRO
    It looks like you might have selected a face by mistake. That then added all of its bounding edges include the ones that @John_vd_Werff labeled 1 & 2. 
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