Using placed features


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Using placed features

The next set of features we'll be looking at are the Placed Features Fillet and Chamfer. These are Placed Features because they do not require a sketch, but instead require a part edge to be created. Fillets and Chamfers at their most basic level are quite simple, but as parts become more advanced, can add an additional level of complexity when editing or changing parts. Because of this, it's good practice to save Fillets and Chamfers to the end of the part modeling process like we've done in this part unless the design absolutely requires it. Creating Fillets and Chamfers is quite simple, by selecting any edge on the part the heads-up display provides two different options. One being the Fillet, the rounded O corner, and the other being chamfer, the one that's sliced off in a flat surface.

We're going to start by creating several Fillets. Once we select the Fillet option the heads-up display changes to show a preview of our result. We can then continue selecting edges that we ...

Using placed features
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