Chamfer and Fillet in AutoCad

Chamfer :- It is a symmetrical sloping surface at an edge or corner. It is an angled line that meets the endpoints of two straight objects or a sloped transition between two surfaces or adjacent faces-

We can apply chamfer using command CHA + ENTER . 

There are many sub tools in chamfer these are :

  • Undo
  • Poly line
  • Angle
  • Distance

Undo :- It reverse the previous action in the command.

POLYLINE :- Inserts a chamfer line at each vertex of a 2D polyline where two straight line segments meet. The chamfer lines become new segments of the polyline, unless the Trim option is set to No Trim.

DISTANCE :- In this subtool the chamfer line is defined by two distances . It Sets the chamfer distances from the intersecting points of the first and second objects. If both distances are set to zero, the selected objects or line segments are extended or trimmed so they intersect.

ANGLE :- In this subtool the chamfer line is defined by a distance and angle . This subtool Sets the chamfer distance from the intersecting point of the selected objects and the XY angle from the first object or line segment.If both values are set to zero, the selected objects or line segments are extended or trimmed so they intersect.

FILLET :- Fillet is an arc that is created tangent between two objects. The command used for fillet is F + ENTER . fillet is used to round the corners of an object such as rectangle or triangles , it is applied by depending on many factors like on angle , area , dimensions .There are many sub tools of fillet

  • Thickness
  • Chamfer
  • Elevation
  • Area
  • Rotation
  • Fillet
  • Width
  • Dimension
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