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Once you have established the round boundary and it appears as a line on the tangent area,,,how do you get rid of that line as a final design function?

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JACANT

April 17, 2018 08:22

An image would be good to explain exactly what you are trying to achieve.

Are you drawing the 'round' in 2D?
If you have extra lines that are not needed then use the 'Trim' tool.

If you want to put a 'round' on an edge then it can be done in 3D with the 'Pull' tool.

I would recommend following these tutorials.

https://designspark.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/sections/202853505-First-Steps-To-Direct-Modelling-with-DesignSpark-Mechanical

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dickytax

April 17, 2018 15:24

@JACANT...... I am trying to remove the line left by the round over tool .

JACANT

April 18, 2018 11:40

@dickytax I'm still none the wiser. As I said an image would be good.

dickytax

April 18, 2018 12:43

@JACANT I don't know how to add an image, I';; try to explain it further. When you have pulled a fillet or round into position it is outlined by a line that defines the limit's of that fillet. I want to remove that line but leave the fillet so that it can be viewed.

JACANT

April 19, 2018 07:22

@dickytax There is a program on Windows called 'Snipping Tool'. Find it by clicking the Windows icon (bottom left) scroll down to Windows Accessories - Snipping tool A box will open. Pick New and drag a box around the part you want an image of. File - Save as PNG. Save it to your Desktop Reply to this by using the link below where you can Insert images by clicking on the insert icon. In future it woud be best if you used this link for your questions. Pick New Post. https://designspark.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/community/topics/200606349-DesignSpark-Mechanical-Discussion