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Fillet consist of lines CATIA V4.2.4

Fillet consist of lines CATIA V4.2.4

Fillet consist of lines CATIA V4.2.4

I have a problem with radius after creation view based on model. After create model (with some fillets) when I make a draw view (AUXVIEW2>QUICKDRW>CREATE) area where should be radius is "degenerate" - consist of a lot of lines instead of one fillet. But when I create simple breakout after that command fillets are normal (only in the area of breakout!)
how can I fix this error?
I use a CATIA V4 RELEASE 2.4 FR 4.2.4



RE: Fillet consist of lines CATIA V4.2.4

BR Buffer Regen should fix this problem. Is that not working?

RE: Fillet consist of lines CATIA V4.2.4

Well, it will be to easy use BR. It not work though.
I wrote that I get small lines insead of the curve. That are real straight lines - I can measure it, erase etc.

RE: Fillet consist of lines CATIA V4.2.4

try decreasing the discretenization value in GRAPHIC+SPEC ELEMS and selecting the solid, decrease the small value by say 10 i.e. if 0.2 set to 0.02 and recreate the view. This may help.


RE: Fillet consist of lines CATIA V4.2.4

Thanks a lot Mickwafer!
Now it works.


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