|| Sets the method for defining the chamfer.
- Chamfer Length —
Sets the chamfer’s length (L). The angle is always 45.
- Distances — Sets
the distances (D1, D2) to trim back each face.
- Distance and Angle
— Sets the distance to trim back from one face and the chamfer’s angle (Θ).
Chamfer Length | D1 = Distance from one face | D2 = Distance from the second
face | Θ = Angle from face to chamfer
- Equal Distance —
Sets the distance to trim back both faces.
|Select Tangent Edges
|| If on, edges that are tangentially continuous are
selected and chamfered in one operation. If off, only the selected section is
|| (Chamfer Length only) Sets the chamfer’s length.
|Distance 1/Distance 2
|| (Distances only) Sets the distances to trim back
the faces. If the Lock control is on, they are constrained to the same value.
|| (Distances; Distance and Angle) When distances
differ, reverses the direction of the chamfer and the value that the faces are
|| (Distance and Angle; Equal Distance) Sets the
distance to trim back faces.
|| (Distance and Angle only) Sets the chamfer’s angle,
which must be greater than 0 and less than 90.
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