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troy06 (Mechanical) (OP)
21 Jun 07 9:53
Using WF 2.0,is there a way to add extra dimensions to a variable round.When I try to use the variable round feature,I only get two variables, one at the start and one at the end of the round.I need a third in the center.
hydromech (Mechanical)
21 Jun 07 10:53
Click on the sets button...

Right click under the word radius and click add radius...

You need to have at least three reference points. The first 2 are fixed at the start and end of the round, the third one will be variable. You can change ratio to reference or drag the reference marker to the position you require...

Select the size of the rad...

Repeat as required...

Done!

Adrian

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