I'm guessing a constant fillet doesn't work. I tried variable fillets but couldn't have my model match the drawing. You may need to apply your own fillets to have it match the drawing.
..since it is not specific.. you could blend however you think works well?
..I'd probably make the blend form around the mounting cbore... or maybe add a cut/chamfer to help with the blend around that cbore?
The drawing shows no fillet on the edge I have highlighted blue, however the isometric view shows a fillet on that edge. I would question which is correct.
Also this inside fillet below should be 3mm. Currently it's 4mm.
well I added the 4mm fillet but still looks different.
There should be no problems for me. Remember that the order in which rounding is added is important. Sometimes changing the order or adding another step brings a solution. Here I would start with this rounding. If you can't round, take a look at the model geometry, maybe it contains some errors, e.g. short edges?
I'm assuming there are some missing dimensions.
..the iso image tells a different story.. it looks like a hard edge or chamfer under a variable R4-R3
that's what I noticed too. I will just play around with chamfer/fillets. Thanks
that looks very nice!
Would also advise to think about how part is manufactured and order of things in manufacture on FM.
Holes would come after forging stamping, which I am assuming would have all radii ??
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