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In AutoCAD, whats the funamental difference between press/pull and extrude?

By 05e830b5 on 29 Apr 11:50 2 answers 8129 views 0 comments

I'm having a filletting nightmare with a project where after I have extruded a region it wont fillet a certain edge(s) - see 'Filletting problem in AutoCAD' for details on the question. Would using press/pull to extrude a region make a difference.

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  • Vincent
    Vincent over 4 years ago

    no it is the same command but press pull is merely a more advanced extrude with chooses regions bound by edges and polylines, your fillet radius is too much for the allowed clearance before the fillet clashes with the solid or the edge is to complex for the fillet command, try one fillet at a time

  • Samsul Arfin
    Samsul Arfin about 4 years ago

    hello there is a little difference between press/pull and extrude...press/pull lets you to increase or decrease the height of your solid body if sketch of same entity is drawn on top of it.

    in case of filleting problem this won't help you..try lowering the radius of fillet and try fillet one edge at a time...thanks i hope this might help.

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