Used to construct a circular fillet (arc) between two elements (lines, line strings, circular arcs, circles, or shapes), two segments of a line string, or two sides of a shape.
When you construct a circular fillet between two segments of a line string, the line string is broken into two independent line strings and arc. When you construct a circular fillet between two sides of a shape, the shape is broken into a line string and an arc.
You can access this tool from the following:
|| Sets the fillet's radius.
|| Sets which side(s) are truncated.
- None — Neither element or segment is truncated.
- Both — Both elements or segments are truncated at their point of tangency with the fillet. If a fillet is constructed between two closed elements or an open and a closed element, the closed element(s) are not modified.
- First — The first element or segment selected (step 2) is truncated at its point of tangency with the fillet.