As seen in the previous post, setting your fillet radius to zero is very helpful. But there may be times when you have the fillet radius set to a value that you may forget if you set it to zero. Therefore, you need a way to set it to zero without losing the important radius value.
All you do to accomplish this is hold the SHIFT button when you select the 2 objects.
- F <enter> or FILLET <enter> to start the fillet command
- Hold the SHIFT button
- Select the 2 objects that need their intersections “cleaned up”
Once you have finished the command, the previous radius value will still be there!!! (as seen in the clip below)