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 Posted by: veeraraghavan ® 05/02/2005, 22:50:35 Author Profile Mail author Edit Hai, Can any one explain me What is fillets and rounds in catsing components and which radii can i take for convex and concave areas. i was confused in the case ofALL RADII TO BE 1 UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. BLEND RADII TO BE 3 UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. Regards, Raghavan.

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 Posted by: randykimball ® 05/04/2005, 09:24:00 Author Profile Mail author Edit Ask your customer / engineer for more clarification. You can't build or make a project that is not clearly defined to you. -randy- The worst suggestion of your lifetime may be the catalyst to the grandest idea of the century, never let suggestions go unsaid nor fail to listen to them.

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 Posted by: veeraraghavan ® 05/04/2005, 21:26:14 Author Profile Mail author Edit Dear randy,I am very clear with the information provided to me.Actully i had dout in the are where the round should come that means i always the corner (convex)round should be high radii or the blend radii(concave) should have high radiiwhich will be used as a common funda.Regards, Raghavan.

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