Hello, I would like to fill the hole highlighted with a specific thickness. Could you please let me know what to do? Thank you.
Can you not delete or edit the features or sketch elements which created it?
Can you upload file? and tell what thickness you need?
How about using some offset surfaces, then thickening the enclosed volume of the surfaces.
Something like this? Create a sketch on top of the stub, convert edges, trim/extend, extrude "up to next"
This seems to be an intuitive approach. Could anybody please walk me through? By creating a sketch on top of the stub, do you mean the polygon in black? I tried to do it but it did not work.
I re-created a portion of your model, so your actual part may behave differently. All I did was create a sketch on the stub face and convert edges & draw a line to create a boundary of the fill area, and extruded it up to the surfaces at the bottom of the pocket. Bone simple. The other suggestions are more elegant solutions, but simple works for me.
Thanks Don. For Step.2 I cannot "control-select" all three edges but I can "shift-select" all three edges. What is the different? Could you please let me know where the "convert edge" function is? Do you mean the "Convert Entities" option under Sketch? How to "trim excess"? I found a "Trim Entities" option under Sketch.
I managed to do it. Don't know exactly how I did it. I tried to use this approach I can't do the other side during Extrude. Perhaps I need to know the answers to the above questions first?
It looks like what you can do is use Delete Face to eliminate the fillets first then make a surface-offset by 0 on the oppositing wall and then do a Replace face with it and the opposite side wall.
Hi Mark, when I removed one fillet, the rest got removed as well.
Without seeing your part file it is difficult to know what you want.
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