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Thicken surface with small radii

Question asked by Ken Milam on Oct 12, 2009
Latest reply on Feb 4, 2011 by Doug Pryor
Hi, I have a surface that has some very small radii.  I'd like to thicken the inside of this surface .25" into the part (towards the inside/backside of the part).   The thickened inside surface is not critical, and the thickened surface does not need to offset the critical shown surface .25" in every location.  Rather, what I'd like to do is create a "best fit" surface that enables a minimum wall thickness of .25" (understanding that the wall thickness will be thicker in some locations on account of various face intersections).  What is the best way to approach this task?  Thanks.ThickenSurfaceExample.jpg