This is my 101st post. I missed the 100th post. I am proud that this blog was only started in November and yet has so many posts. Hopefully I can continue to find helpful stuff for you to make your daily CAD use a little easier. So thanks everyone.
Here’s is a great routine by Kent Cooper found at the AutoCAD forums. It will let you select either a circle, arc or even an ellipse and use the radius of one of these objects and set that as the fillet radius.
- FMR <enter> to start (Fillet Match Radius0
- Select either a Circle, Arc or Ellipse to set your fillet radius
- Select objects to be filleted
; by Kent Cooper (defun C:FMR (/ aper pt); = Fillet Match Radius [of existing curve] ; to apply the radius of a selected curved object in the Fillet command ; Kent Cooper, June 2011 (setq aper (getvar 'aperture)) (while (not (setq pt (cadr (entsel "Select curve to set Fillet Radius: ")))) (prompt "\nNothing selected -- ") ); end while (setvar 'aperture (getvar 'pickbox)); ensures Osnap won't "see" wrong thing (if (osnap pt "cen") (setvar 'filletrad (distance (osnap pt "nea") (osnap pt "cen"))); then (progn ; else (prompt "\nNo radius for that object.") (setvar 'aperture aper) (exit) ); end progn ); end if (setvar 'aperture aper) (command "_.fillet" "_mUltiple") (princ) )