I can't get this chamfer:
I got it done with extrude cut.
Did I missed something?
2019 SP1 file attached.
Can you send it as an X_T I am on 2017
X_T V24 attached.
Here you go Brad... I think the issue is you can't limit the beginning and end of the chamfer without doing something in addition.\
In this model I split the body (cross (top portion)) did my chamfers then combined. Think Frederick is looking for something simpler and I don't see it. Maybe an extruded cut from the end up to vertex then mirror?
beat me to it Dennis Bacon. I had the same thought process. You just posted it faster.
I'm adding weld prep.
The 'outside' edge is easy.
'Inside' edge will need to be cut and mirror 3 times on each beam.
Frederick Law I believe the most efficient way would be to do the extrude cut that you mentioned before. The Chamfer command will do the entire edge unless you slit the face at the transition to the vertical piece. Even then, I got this:
I was able to spit the part into multiple bodies and then chamfer the edges then combine them together.
With all of that said.....extrude cut was WAY more efficient
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