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Topic: Intersection of two bullnoses
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Steven

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Re: Intersection of two bullnoses
Posted: Mar 31, 2009 5:31 PM
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Thank you Philippe for your reply it is most helpful though it seems to show the intersection happening not at a ninety degree corner but a more obtuse corner ( 120 degrees in your example ). The feature I have to fabricate has the two half cylinders intersecting at ninety degrees when looking down from above it ( such as in a plan view ) In the real situation one cylinder is going horizontal and the other is joining it from a higher position so it is slanted. The corner is still ninety degree but one cylinder is coming in at a ten degree angle.



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