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2. Originally Posted by danellis
Taking arc A first: Your desired radius is 58 units. Offset each of the two circles you're connecting by 58. Draw a new circle, of radius 58, at the intersection of the two new circles. Delete the offset circles and trim the R58 circle to tidy up.

For arc B you essentially take the same process, the difference being that one of the elements you're filleting is a line. Ensure your line extends beyond the likely centrelpoint of the fillet circle. I'd have it touching the right-hand cirlce (with R52). Offset your line and circle by 45 units (the desired fillet radius). Draw a new circle of radius 45 centred on the intersection of the new line and circle. Trim to tidy.

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TQ danellis. work great. now i been able to draw that.

3. Originally Posted by Andy Leach
Or simple option is to: Having already drawn the 52dia. circle and the 40dia. circle and they are in the correct positions, just use fillet.
F = fillet on command line, enter radius of 58 and select the two circles which are to be joined.

Now i'm using ACAD 2010 at the moment so not sure if this still works in 2006. Give it a try

Just drawn it on 2010 and worked fine.
TQ. this is the best solution. very simple. gr8!

4. Hi everyone. other problems. need help of creating 2 arcs below.TQ
A: arc between circle & horizontal line
B: arc between 2 vertical lines
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5. Both problems can be addressed in a similar fashion. Create construction geometry (circles, offsets, etc.) and use the appropriate intersections.

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Tqvm seant :d

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