Rounds and fillets the
edges of objects.
In the example, an arc is created that is tangent
to both of the selected lines. The lines are trimmed to the ends
of the arc. To create a sharp corner instead, enter a radius of
You can fillet arcs,
circles, ellipses, elliptical arcs, lines, polylines, rays, splines,
List of Prompts
The following prompts
Current settings: Mode
Radius = current
objector [Undo/Polyline/Radius/Trim/Multiple]: Use
an object selection method or enter an option
the first of two objects required to define a 2D fillet.
Select second object
or shift-select to apply corner: Use an object selection
method or hold down Shift and select an object to create a sharp
If you select lines, arcs, or polylines, their lengths
adjust to accommodate the fillet arc. You can hold down Shift while
selecting the objects to override the current fillet radius with a
value of 0.
If the selected objects are straight line segments of
a 2D polyline, they can be adjacent or separated by one other segment.
If they are separated by another polyline segment, FILLET deletes
the segment that separates them and replaces it with the fillet.
More than one fillet can exist between arcs
and circles. Select the objects close to where you want the endpoints
of the fillet.
FILLET does not trim circles; the fillet arc
meets the circle smoothly.
Reverses the previous action in the command.
Inserts fillet arcs at each vertex of a 2D polyline where
two line segments meet.
Select 2D polyline:
If one arc segment separates two line segments that
converge as they approach the arc segment, FILLET removes the arc
segment and replaces it with a fillet arc.
Defines the radius of the fillet arc.
The value you enter becomes the current radius for
subsequent FILLET commands. Changing this value does not affect
existing fillet arcs.
Controls whether FILLET trims the selected edges
to the fillet arc endpoints.
Rounds the edges of more than one set of objects.