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Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 5:14:07 PM | fillet / chamfer tool

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Where can I find the fillet / chamfer tool in revit 2011?


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Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 5:19:40 PM | fillet / chamfer tool

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Revit Architecture 2012, in the ribbon under annotate / detail lines. I think 2011 is the same.



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Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 7:07:18 PM | fillet / chamfer tool

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There is actually no equivalent Fillet / Chamfer tool to AutoCAD in REVIT.

Use the 'Trim' Tool on the Modify Tab.


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Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 4:57:49 PM | fillet / chamfer tool

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Whether you are trying to fillet 2 walls or 2 lines the tool is the same- it's the Fillet Arc command.  Let's say you're trying to fillet 2 lines that are drawn at a 90 degree angle.  Select the Detail Line tool from the Annotation Ribbon.  That will immediately send you to the Modify Ribbon.  There will be a draw panel in green.  The 4th option of tools that looks like an arc is called Fillet Arc.  If you hover your cursor over the tool (and you have the feature turned on) you should see a video that shows you how to select the first line, then the second, and then you can define the radius.  This is the same procedure for walls.


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