Fillet Radius Override

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)

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