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    I want to draw 2 tubes (circle tubes) and they intersect with each other, but don't know how to draw the intersection plane, could you help me ways to do it !
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    Here is an example, how can I fillet the corner ?
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    I'm not sure if it's exactly what you're looking for....
    See DWG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiles View Post
    Here is an example, how can I fillet the corner ?
    Thanks !!!
    See DWG (Fillet each, move & union)
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    You could also draw first the axis of 2 pipes, then you use the command fillet to join them with the radius you want.
    After you join all into a polyline, then you draw 2 circle (inside and outsid diameter of your pipe) and then command sweep, you choose the 2 circles, enter, you select the polyline and enter again.
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    Oh, my method is create a sphere but your way is more professional !!!
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    Depending on what type of intersection Im going for, I either use the sphere method or slice the cyls at 1/2 the intersection angle

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    If you are working in 3D, looks like it in the screenshot.
    Extrude along a path, the path being the line filleted.

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    yeah, but I found if you extrude a cylinder along the path, the cylinder will stretch to the path but not have the path as a symmetric axis

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