Title says it all. I'm trying to chamfer two faces that are 90 degrees and meet. This should be very simple. The chamfer is ofsetting itself from one of the faces. Also, if I increase the chamfer angle, the offset increases!
What do you mean when you say it is offsetting? Can you show a screenshot?
A chamfer can be specified either with two offsets or an angle and one offset. If you want to specify just an angle, it won't know how big a chamfer to make.
I Just ran into a similar problem I think, stumped me for a minute or two. If you're having the same 'issue' I was the problem is that one of the sides you're chamfering is shorter than the distance you have entered or the distance required by the angle you entered. Does that make sense? In my case I was using distance-distance and had entered 5mm and 3mm, but since one face was only 1.5mm long Solidworks was offsetting the chamfer to accommodate my inputs. Thus, increasing the angle or distance will increase the offset, while decreasing them will lower it.
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