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Fillets or rounds are added to one or more edges of a part, or between two or three adjacent face sets.

Circular, conic Rho, conic Radius, and continuous curvature are all options. To make a fillet, the edges don't necessarily have to be touching.

Make hold lines on the surface fillets. Filleted surfaces can be trimmed or kept in a face fillet. Make a fillet with a changeable radius on a surface. For a face set, click Reverse Face Normal to reverse the fillet direction.

Fillets are used by engineers to lessen the stress on a part. As a result, the fillet helps to disperse stress over a broader area, limiting quick deformation of the stressed portion. Fillet engineering is the greatest alternative for machinists when the design calls for no sharp edges and low stress concentration.

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