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    Jonny
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    Default drawing in non coplanar

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    how do i turn objects into coplanar objects, i tried doing it using cad help but it didn't work right

    i try to draw a fillet and it says that the entities are non coplanar, help please

    thanks

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    Let Gabis
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    Hi Jonny,

    Try this:

    Go to properties, pick the line that you want to fillet (one at a time) & change the value of 'Z' to zero.

    You can't use fillet when one or both of the line has 'z' value. You can also go to VIEW, 3d view, sw isometric to check whether lines has 'z' value.

    Let

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    Bloke
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    Jonny,

    There is a lisp file available called flatten.lsp - it can be downloaded here for free
    http://www.cadforum.com/freeware/index.asp

    You just load it with the appload command. Then you type flatten - and you will be prompted from there on. Excellent little file!!

    Bloke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Let Gabis
    You can't use fillet when one or both of the line has 'z' value. You can also go to VIEW, 3d view, sw isometric to check whether lines has 'z' value.

    Let
    I think you can. As long as the lines meet and snap together.
    Remember a 3, or more, EDGE fillet is possible.

    Nick

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