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blended ball nose chamfer. Help!

blended ball nose chamfer. Help!

blended ball nose chamfer. Help!

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OK, so I will start of saying that I am a regular Pro-E user, but haven't really dove into the more advanced features...so be patient with me, or please explain as If I am a beginner.

I have a complex ball nose chamfer I need to place around a Hole. I call it complex because it changes depth and "width" depending on where I am around the hole. this is also done on an angled (18 degree) surface just to spice things up a bit.

hopefully someone can help me out with this. i have been racking my brain for a day and getting no where.

here is a VERY quick sketch i did just to give you an idea of what I'm talking about.

this chamfer is on the bottom angled side of this piece of stock, the hole shape is shown below.

the chamfer is .114 deep X .060 "wide" at section B-B (on both sides of the hole)
the chamfer is .142x.142 at sections A-A
and the ball nose round is .094"

hope you guys can help. looking forward to a response

RE: blended ball nose chamfer. Help!

Don't know that it can really be called a chamfer but that's just semantics. I think you are going to have to do a sweep.

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The Help for this program was created in Windows Help format, which depends on a feature that isn't included in this version of Windows.

RE: blended ball nose chamfer. Help!

I don't know if I getting this right.
Can't you do an extrude and a round after?

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