Wish : delete a fillet with command FilletEdge option Edit


#1

Hi Rhino Team
Wish .Ability to delete a fillet with the command FilletEdge , option edit with radius 0 (zero)?
Vittorio


(Pascal Golay) #2

Hi Vittorio - the Edit option should allow this if the fillets have been added using FilletEdge in V6 to begin with. (Ctrl-select the highlighted edges so that there are none, then end the command) Is that what you meant?

-Pascal


#3

Thanks Pascal
I don’t know this method . But this method only allows you to do the undo of the fillets. I can not just delete only the first fillet, but I also have to delete the third and the second as in the attached image for delete the first fillet.
Ciao Vittorio


#4

Hi,

anything new on this side?

Will it be possible to also change the radius of the fillet after the command was executed?

My problem: Let’s say I fillet the edges of a box during the design. If I don’t like the radius I did apply earlier, I have no chance to change the radius later on or to undo it without making a new box.

I have Rhino for mac.

Best,
Pierre


(David Cockey) #5

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I have no chance to change the radius later on or to undo it without making a new box.
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In V5 it is not necessary to create a new box though not exactly what you want: Use Explode the box with the fillet and Delete the fillet. Then UntrimSrf to restore the box. Trim if necessary. Then Join and FilletEdge.


#6

Thankds davidcockey, that was new to me and it works!

Would be great though, if Rhino would have a possibility to change the radius of a filleted solid. So during the design process someone can change the radius with a simple command and doesn’t have to go trough this process you showed me.


(David Cockey) #7

In the Rhino for Windows V6 WIP try the Edit option in FilletEdge, assuming the fillet was originally made in V6 using FilletEdge


#8

Thx a lot!!!


#9

This is a very nice new feature. Is would be great if this is also working with a curve fillet. Now I have to explode, delete the arc, fillet the curves with radius 0. So a wish to have the ‘edit’ also for curves.