As jim managed to fillet my edges here I think easy, yet I fail, as do others, how did jim manage it wihout any removal and recreation of the planar surface, and I spotted that offset also.
I am also mentally rusted up having been away from Rhino a few months or more, so cannot even remember right now how to delete the planar part and extend the adjacent surfaces !
I select a radius similar to jim, (not sure what jim used) and select jims area, I get a fillet, I then select the next pair inboard of that and get a fillet, but it doesnt follow on, ‘end to end’ to the last one. Its as if we get fillets but they dont understand they are supposed to abut each other.
A picture speaks a thousand words, and this sort of thing is best seen, I would love to see a video of this being correctly done, three of us struggling here. From sorting out that little offset to establishing greatest radius one can get away with.
Furthermore and crucially, on that last note, how does one establish just how big a radius can be used here to maximise the roundness of the edges, I would like to see 1mm rad, but with things kicking out into space I dont know if its the radius being too much, or another reason. To keep doing the entire shape , then undoing the process trying for a different size, then undoing it, I even tried turning on record history, hoping that adjustment of the handles afterwards would see the fillet update and find the best combination that way, maybe less radius at the outer tips of the gulleys. I couldnt find out how to get the handles to show after fillet was made.